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KALEID Gallery New Location Celebration

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KALEID Gallery New Location Celebration

We are so grateful to all of you who helped us make KALEID Gallery at 88 S. 4th St. a wonderful art community over the past 12 years. We truly appreciate the City of San José and the San Jose Downtown Association for their belief and support that enabled San Jose area artists to build a platform for exhibiting and selling their work in a professional setting from December 2006 through October 2019. Our 88 S. 4th Street location is now closed and we are moving into our NEW LOCATION at 320 S. 1st in the SoFA District thanks to the wonderful team at Urban Community. With their support and understanding of the value of the arts in aiming towards a truly vibrant and successful city, KALEID Gallery will continue to be a home for incredibly talented and dedicated artists with a physical space for collectors, local residents, tourists and…

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KALEID Gallery move article by Sal Pizarro Mercury News

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KALEID Gallery move article by Sal Pizarro Mercury News

Thank you Sal! “Downtown San Jose art gallery KALEID which has been a fantastic place to view and buy work by Santa Clara County artists since it opened nearly 13 years ago, had always been a bit of an outlier for the popular monthly South First Fridays art walk because of its location on Fourth Street.” -Sal Pizarro Read the rest of the story here: https://www.mercurynews.com/2019/10/31/downtown-san-jose-gallerys-move-boosts-south-first-fridays/ The gallery is now open with regular hours: Tuesday–Saturday 12pm–7pm.…

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Mi Casa es Su Casa new paintings by Fernando Amaro, Jr. May 2019

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Mi Casa es Su Casa new paintings by Fernando Amaro, Jr. May 2019

“Mi casa es su casa” by gallery resident artist Fernando “Force 129” Amaro, Jr. In a time when we are being priced out of our own community, instead of spreading hate I prefer to spread creativity and welcome change and grow in many different ways from my everyday life and ever changing environment. This new series of work entitled “Mi casa es su casa” translates to “my house is your house,” and in it I explore abstract creations on new & found objects. Artist reception: first Friday May 3rd 7pm–11pm Exhibition dates: May 3–25 2019 KALEID Gallery 88 S. 4th St. downtown San Jose Gallery hours: Tuesday–Saturday 12pm–7pm Free admission.…

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