KALEID Gallery presents:
Siddhartha Year by Bryson Bost
We’ve entered, the year of the horse, and the horse, is the dog’s best friend. As a water dog through birth, I am quite optimistic. 2013 was a snake-year, yet for many people I’ve come across, it was more of a ‘Siddhartha Year’ than anything else. It seems there was much double-edged learning, and life-altering reflections, and unique stretches of turmoil that emerged.
Perhaps the number 13 had something to do with it. Yet, there are always certain years during our lives that so much ‘real living’ is consolidated within a single calendar year, and thus, we must wear many hats therein. Hopefully, we come to some greater understanding of what it is that serves everyone in such a way that … I have to say it again, it’s my motto, ‘everyone gets a piece.’ I give you thanks.
Bryson Bost has been privileged to exhibit his works throughout San Jose, San Francisco, Oakland, and Burlingame. As an artist, he enjoys providing many details to those who pause, and stand before his works. Thankful to have lived in Hong Kong, Mexico, and Japan for three years respectively, Bryson has been influenced by the nature of the land and the people of distant places, as much as his favorite sanctuary, ‘the Bay Area.’
Artist’s Reception: First Friday March 7th, 7–11pm
Free and open to the public. Part of the South FIRST FRIDAYS Art Walk
Exhibition dates: March 7–28, 2014
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, noon -7pm