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Diary of a Broken Boy by PeeMonster

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Diary of a Broken Boy by PeeMonster

Diary of a Broken Boy
new work by PeeMonster

“Diary of a Broken Boy” focuses on the innocence of a dwindling boyhood, the journey of coming through in a backwards world, the sometimes destructive crutches that we hold as coping mechanisms, and the heightened level of awareness that youth develop toward an aging culture and stigmas.

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In the End We All Return to Earth by Shannon Amidon

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In the End We All Return to Earth by Shannon Amidon

In the End We All Return to Earth
New Works by Shannon Amidon

In her new series “In the End We All Return to Earth,” Shannon Amidon delves further into encaustic painting, layering and collage, as she explores the process of healing; the persistent duality of life and death, and the mix of emotions elicited from experiencing the birth and death of loved ones in a brief span of time.

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Languages by Byrson Bost & Gianfranco Paolozzi

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Languages by Byrson Bost & Gianfranco Paolozzi

  Languages feature exhibition at KALEID Gallery March 2015 Join us for a visual tête-à-tête between resident KALEID artists Bryson Bost and Gianfranco Paolozzi in a feature exhibition cohesively entitled: Languages. Definitive Gains by Bryson Bost We appreciate when delicious […]

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Electric Constellations by Michael Borja

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Electric Constellations by Michael Borja

“Electric Constellations” new works by Michael Borja In 1917, Marcel Duchamp bought a porcelain urinal and submitted it to an exhibition organized by the Society of Independent Artists. Duchamp’s “Readymade” caused a lot of controversy over what is considered art. […]

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Scavengers and Cannibals by Julie Bilyeu

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Scavengers and Cannibals by Julie Bilyeu

“Scavengers and Cannibals” new works by Julie Bilyeu We are all Scavengers and Cannibals in some way or another. Some are self-inflicting cannibals by ignoring their own integrity, and others by openly having no compassion or integrity thus becoming metaphorical […]

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People and Places by Mariya Milovidova

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People and Places by Mariya Milovidova

“People and Places” wearable art by Mariya Milovidova In her second feature exhibition at KALEID Gallery, Mariya Milovidova presents her wearable art collection entitled People and Places. This collection mainly consists of silk scarves and dresses recently shown during the […]

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Stories By Michael Foley

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Stories By Michael Foley

  KALEID Gallery presents a new feature exhibition for the month of October by Michael Foley Artist Reception: Friday October 3rd, 7–11pm part of the South FIRST FRIDAYS Art Walk Stories is a collection of new works by Michael Foley. […]

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FLux and FLow by Jeffrey Hemming

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FLux and FLow by Jeffrey Hemming

  FLow and FLux solo exhibition by Jeffrey Andrade Hemming There is a balance I find in the act of painting, an elusive consistency that is both intriguing and complex. My process is responsive and while my paintings have a […]

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Celestial solo exhibition by Tanya Varga

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Celestial solo exhibition by Tanya Varga

Celestial solo exhibition by Tanya Varga For the theme of this exhibition, Tanya has created various works relating to celestial bodies and phenomenon. Tanya has a strong fascination with science, astronomy and science fiction. With these passions intertwined, comes a new […]

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