Monthly Archives: February 2010

The Sketch Book Show March 2010

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The Sketch Book Show March 2010

Take a rare peak into the twisted minds of 29 artists! Peer into the depths of their sketchbooks and see what makes them tick. Step into their brain space and enjoy by DJ Coco, catering by Fundamental Gourmet, coffee by Red Berry Coffee Bar and conversation with the sketchers themselves! Participating artists: Murphy Adams, Ivy Atoms, Shirine Azimianaraki, Christine Benjamin, Laura Callin Bennett, Julie Bilyeu, Michael Borja, Lacey Bryant, Chemix, Drew Clark, Mark Damrel, Emonic, Michael Foley, Ivan Gonzales, Miguel Machuca, David Mejia, Trina Merry, Gianfranco Paolozzi, Pellet, Annabella Pinon, T.h. Pug, Kate Saturday, Matt Seigel, Yarick Semich, Lara Sophia, Ben Shuts, Jasper Thomas, Dax Tran-Caffee & Michelle Waters Artists’ Reception: Friday, March 5th, 7-9pm part of the South FIRST FRIDAYS monthly art walk. http://www.SouthFirstFridays.com Gallery Hours:Tuesday – Friday, Noon – 7pmSaturday, Noon – 5pmFirst Fridays ’til 9pm KALEID Gallery 88 S. 4th St.Downtown San Jose, CA 95112http://www.KALEIDgallery.com…

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TWO BUCK Tuesday at KALEID February 16th

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TWO BUCK Tuesday at KALEID February 16th

TWO BUCK Tuesday, curated by Matthew Bailey Seigel Tuesday, February 16, 2010 family friendly free for all ages $2 ART SALE starts @12pm FUN TALKS start @7pm featuring: Chef Patti Searle is a professional chef, caterer, and owner of Thrivin’ Edibles, a 100% vegan food enterprise. Raw vegan food is her passion, both as a creator and a consumer and she will be giving a talk called, “Super Foods? How about Foods that are Super?” She’ll include hints on how to prepare these everyday GIANTS in the fruit and vegetable world. Arrive on time at Two Buck Tuesday as Patti will get the evening started at 7pm. Oh, and she is bringing samples of her world-famous HuuRaw chips! 
thrivinedibles.com Gary Coleman, oil and pastel painter, will explore artistic priorities. LIKE: Does painting to sell have to mean selling out? If it does (just a little), does the artist hoard his/her…

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