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Memories on Journals by Gianfranco Paolozzi

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Memories on Journals by Gianfranco Paolozzi

KALEID Gallery presents Memories on Journals a new feature exhibition for the month of May by Gianfranco Paolozzi. Memories on Journals by Gianfranco Paolozzi These pieces are considered “journals” because they are never finished until they are sold. In this way, Paolozzi’s work […]

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Lifetime Memories by Luis Jorge Mieses

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Lifetime Memories by Luis Jorge Mieses

KALEID Gallery presents Lifetime Memories a new feature exhibition for the month of May by Luis Jorge Mieses. Lifetime Memories by Luis Jorge Mieses a collection of Lifecasting Sculptures portraying diverse human beings at different ages through life. Luis Jorge Mieses was born […]

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Colors of Dreams by Rosa Younessi

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Colors of Dreams by Rosa Younessi

KALEID Gallery presents a new feature exhibition Colors of Dreams for the month of April by Rosa Younessi. Colors of Dreams,  In all my paintings in this exhibit, I try to mix emotion, fun, and lots of colors to come up with a painting that signifies beauty. Creative expression holds a natural place in Rosa Younessi’s life. Her father being a master painter, Rosa started painting at a young age of ten with his supervision. She remembers best the lessons of  building layers of paint to create imagery or the very first time she was given a canvas to paint on and experiment with oil on canvas. Her development as an artist evolved through her studies in High School and University. She attended Georgia Institute of Technology and majored in Electrical and Computer Engineering. With her formal education completed, Rosa began the process of establishing herself as an artist.  She expanded her…

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Beautiful Garbage by Sandi Billingsley

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Beautiful Garbage by Sandi Billingsley

KALEID Gallery presents Beautiful Garbage a new feature exhibition for the month of April by Sandi Billingsley. The goal of this body of work is to continue awareness of the need to recycle. There is a great momentum towards recycling (here is the) buuuut, there is still need for great improvement. Working in various states, in many homes and living with clients for months at a time, I am witness to the fact that it is still rare to recycle. There are various reasons why the average person doesn’t recycle from a belief that it doesn’t make a difference to lack of facilities. In fact almost every home uses disposable napkins, cookware, cups, plates, and utensils for every meal. There is also much waste generated through individually wrapped food, disposable grocery bags and restaurant togo containers. Not only is it a questionable use of our limited natural resources to create,…

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One Thousand Thousand: The First Third Retrospective by Jason McHenry

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One Thousand Thousand: The First Third Retrospective by Jason McHenry

KALEID Gallery presents: “One Thousand Thousand: The First Third Retrospective Exhibition” The One Thousand Thousand project has recently passed the point of 333,333 little paintings in an ongoing effort to eventually produce one million. In celebration of the project reaching The First Third milestone we’ll be presenting a large retrospective exhibit that covers the entire span of the project. Archival images, ephemera, examples of early work and a multi-media display will detail the entirety of the project. A staggering amount of current and selected pieces by a number of the participating artists will be on display and many of these artists will be in attendance for the artists’ reception. A terrific little gift will be given out to those in attendance beginning promptly at 7PM until supply is exhausted. Artist Reception: Friday March 4th, 7pm–11pm part of the South FIRST FRIDAYS Art Walk in downtown San Jose. Free & open to…

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