Monthly Archives: November 2009

Thanksgiving Holiday Hours

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All of us at KALEID wish you and yours a very blessed Thanksgiving holiday! Please note that KALEID will be closed on Thursday and Friday, November 26th & 27th, so our staff can enjoy a well deserved holiday. Regular hours will resume on Saturday, November 28th from Noon – 5pm. KALEID Gallery Regular Hours:Tuesday – Friday, Noon – 7pmSaturday, Noon – 5pmFirst Fridays ’til 10pm…

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Scrap 2 Sculpt Artists’ Reception this Saturday, Nov. 14th

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Scrap 2 Sculpt Artists’ Reception this Saturday, Nov. 14th

Coffee Maker Crane by Paul Loughridge Scrap-2-Scultpt was a juried artshow organized by Whole House Building Supply and Salvage in Palo Alto in October 2009. Now on view at KALEID Gallery through November 27th, this exhibit features highlights from the initial contest and exhibition. This Saturday, November 14th from 2 – 4pm will be a meet and greet with the participating artists including: Tim Burt , Miles Epstein, Kimberlie Garg, Phillipe Lavaud, Paul Loughridge, Nora Raggio, Terence K. Stephens, Linda Tashke and Al Zayha. It’s a very clever exhibit by talented artists so stop by for a bit and enjoy the artists, the exhibition and the light refreshments! KALEID Gallery 88 South Fourth Street Downtown San Jose 408-947-1785 http://www.KALEIDGallery.com…

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November Featured Exhibits by Lacey Bryant, Jen Renzel

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November Featured Exhibits by Lacey Bryant, Jen Renzel

KALEID Gallery presents the featured exhibitions Fragile Things new paintings by Lacey Bryant, and Carnival of Souls assemblages by Jen Renzel for the month of November. Fragile Things by Lacey Bryant Lacey has always been fascinated at how so many fragile things are able to exist in our chaotic, messy world. “Tiny, delicate things often seem to thrive in the most hostile environments. Fragility makes things precious to us, things are more beautiful because they will not last. So many things are fragile when you stop to think about it. Insect wings, shells, glass, children, hearts, dreams, the list is endless. On the surface, vulnerability seems to unite these things but the deeper thing that all of these fragile things have in common is a hidden strength. An egg shell is easily broken, but the shape of an egg is such that it can support a massive amount of weight…

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