TWO BUCK Tuesday September 21, 2010

$2 Art Sale begins at Noon

Main event starts at 7p.m.

Curated by Drew Clark

Seriously, what else are you doing Tuesday night? Come out, enjoy some of the cool culture that the San Jose art scene has to offer! Where else will you find not only $2 dollar original artwork from local artists, but also …



Timothy Tsun – Discovery, the “Humanature” (the relationship between human being and nature), is the theme of my art. I am always observing the shapes and texture of tree trunks, which I utilize to make the connection to human forms. http://www.timtsun.com/


Michael Foley will be there making $5 portrait transformations, creating stylized portraits you’ll not find anywhere else.

Michael Foley is an artist from the San Francisco bay area whose works show nationally and internationally. First discovered by scientists after the great quake of 1906. Believed to be the cause of the catastrophe it was decided that he would be placed deep in the arctic sea to be forgotten. Seventy-Two years later he resurfaced and returned to California to exact his revenge on civilization through the use of art and his poorly scripted interpreted dance and slam poetry.



MoGo BBQ is a mobile food truck company serving up Koreanstyle BBQ in our taco truck serving the San Francisco Bay Area: San Jose, Oakland, Berkeley, Palo Alto, and more. They bring you the convenience of affordable gourmet food combined with
good olʼ Korean family recipes handed down to them, resulting in portable street food fare. Take your pick from our Short Rib Tacos to our Spicy Pork Quesadillas–theyʼre all up for the tasting’.


Russell Targ is a physicist and author who was a pioneer in the development of the laser and laser applications, and was cofounder of the Stanford Research Instituteʼs investigation into psychic abilities in the 1970s and 1980s. His work in this new area, called remote viewing, was published in Nature, The Proceedings of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Targ has a B.S. in Physics from Queens College, and did graduate work in physics at Columbia University. In 1997 Targ retired from Lockheed Martin Missiles & Space Co. as a senior staff scientist.


Randall King co-founded San Jose Stage Company in 1983 and has served as the Artistic Director for the past nineteen years. Under his direction, the Company has produced over one hundred twenty-five stage plays and musicals and premiered thirty-nine new works, including nine World Premieres. Most recently, Randall directed ALWAYS…PATSY CLINE, A TUNA CHRISTMAS and GREATER TUNA and the Companyʼs original and return engagement of IDOLS OF THE KING at the California Theatre. In addition to directing,

Randall is an award-winning actor, most recently appearing with the Company as Milan and The Waiter in ROCK ʻNʼ ROLL. He has performed in leading roles at many theaters, including San Jose Repertory Theatre, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Sacramento Theatre Company and the Alaska Theatre Festival, among others. Randall has worked with Francis Ford Coppola, Lawrence Kasdan and Michael Bay, among others, and has also appeared in numerous television projects.



Keith Bunnell is a ceramic artist based here in Silicon Valley. He focuses on what he refers to as “the dark side of pottery, bringing out the true fear that resides within the clay.”


Body painting by Trina Merry
Trina Merry, an American artist, currently lives in the Bay Area in a little town called Willow Glen. After receiving her BA in Communications/Media from Azusa Pacific University, she worked for companies like Sony, Paramount, Icon Productions (Mel
Gibson), Yamaha, & Showtime’s Golden Globe nominated TV Show “Sleeper Cell” (art department). She is truly a multi-media artist working in paint, video/film, installation & performance.



Gianfranco & Friends – It all started for the love of the accordion sound and the passion of meeting the very friendly local musicians. Gianfranco had courage to ask them, one at a time, to do some notes together. The first he had asked was Kate and the answer was a curious: “Marimba and accordion? Yes…When?…Where?”. A few weeks later he asked Jessica, and the answer was just lovely: “Piano and accordion?…Do they have a piano there?…OK…When?”. Well…..We did our first notes at the Caffé Trieste and I continue to do notes at the caffé every second Friday of the month with all my friends musicians. That’s how “Gianfranco and Friends” came alive around San Jose.

TWO BUCK Tuesday- September 21st, 7-10pm FREE and open to the public.

KALEID Gallery

88 South 4th Street

San Jose, CA 95112


(408) 947-1785