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Scavengers and Cannibals by Julie Bilyeu

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Scavengers and Cannibals by Julie Bilyeu

“Scavengers and Cannibals” new works by Julie Bilyeu We are all Scavengers and Cannibals in some way or another. Some are self-inflicting cannibals by ignoring their own integrity, and others by openly having no compassion or integrity thus becoming metaphorical [...]

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People and Places by Mariya Milovidova

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People and Places by Mariya Milovidova

“People and Places” wearable art by Mariya Milovidova In her second feature exhibition at KALEID Gallery, Mariya Milovidova presents her wearable art collection entitled People and Places. This collection mainly consists of silk scarves and dresses recently shown during the [...]

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Stories By Michael Foley

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Stories By Michael Foley

  KALEID Gallery presents a new feature exhibition for the month of October by Michael Foley Artist Reception: Friday October 3rd, 7–11pm part of the South FIRST FRIDAYS Art Walk Stories is a collection of new works by Michael Foley. Depicting various aspects of daily life told from our world and beyond. Michael Foley is a self-taught bay area freelance artist who creates deceptively layered pieces of work. Hidden underneath the saturated colors and cartoon-like imagery you find mature works looking deeply into the human condition. These works often have a sardonic tinge to them, questioning various aspects of our society and challenging these norms while attempting to create work that appears light-hearted on first viewing. Since 2013, Michael’s work has been going through changes in regard to of subject matter and technique. Peeling away the humor and showing a style he withheld for too long, becoming much more introspective. These…

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FLux and FLow by Jeffrey Hemming

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FLux and FLow by Jeffrey Hemming

  FLow and FLux solo exhibition by Jeffrey Andrade Hemming There is a balance I find in the act of painting, an elusive consistency that is both intriguing and complex. My process is responsive and while my paintings have a start and end point, the discovery of these points is always varied. I am influenced by a world in constant change. The condition of impermanence has a great effect on my work. These recent paintings are inspired by the transient chaos of change, the ability to adapt, and the fleeting need for balance. Jeff is an maximalist painter from the Bay Area. His paintings delve into a flux of chaos, harmony, technology, abundance, and waste all at once. The concepts behind his work come from our everyday associations with things being constructed and neglected including physical elements like buildings and landscapes to the more enigmatic such as cultural traditions, memory,…

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Celestial solo exhibition by Tanya Varga

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Celestial solo exhibition by Tanya Varga

Celestial solo exhibition by Tanya Varga For the theme of this exhibition, Tanya has created various works relating to celestial bodies and phenomenon. Tanya has a strong fascination with science, astronomy and science fiction. With these passions intertwined, comes a new series of work that promises to lift the spirits into the outer sphreres of beauty and wonderment. Tanya Varga (formerly Tanya Wheeler) is a freelance digital and traditional media artist living in San Jose, California. She attended the Academy of Art University in San Francisco where she studied 2D illustration/animation and advertising. Having worked for years with traditional mediums, such as oil and charcoal, she eventually discovered digital painting and has loved it ever since. Unlike with traditional painting, however, she is completely self-taught. She has advanced her skills with a lot of hard work, experimentation and practice. She is also currently working as a freelance graphics designer, concept artist,…

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