KALEID Gallery is pleased to present:
Left Frontal Lobe Slowing by Rene Lorraine
Rene Lorraine’s work strongly focuses on the human figure, however the theme of each series varies. She is currently embarking on a new body of work that focuses entirely on vision loss associated with migraines and abnormal brain functions.
Artist’s Reception: Friday, March 1, 7-11pm
part of the South FIRST FRIDAYS Art Walk
Exhibition dates: March 1–29, 2013
About the artist: Rene Lorraine’s greatest passion is her relationship with blank paper and watercolor sets, however during the day she thrives as an art Curriculum Coordinator for a nonprofit in San Jose which helps families in need. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts with an emphasis in Pictorial Arts from San Jose State University. Her artwork can be found on permanent display in worldwide locations. She has worked in several facets of her field, including art curriculum development, curatorial and gallery management, and administrative roles. With a strong background in childcare and a passion for art education, René has taught creative cooking, cartooning, and oil painting classes to students of all ages in the greater Bay Area