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Otherwordly by Maytal Gotesman

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Otherwordly by Maytal Gotesman

KALEID Gallery proudly presents “Otherwordly” new work by Maytal Gotesman for the month of May. Artist reception first Friday May 4th 7pm–11pm (part of the South FIRST FRIDAYS ArtWalkSJ) Exhibition dates: May 4–25, 2018 “Through a combination of body parts, cosmic imagery, and imaginary […]

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Almsgiving by Bryson Bost

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Almsgiving by Bryson Bost

KALEID Gallery is proud to present “Almsgiving” New paintings by Bryson Bost for the month of May. Artist reception first Friday May 4th 7pm–11pm (part of the South FIRST FRIDAYS ArtWalkSJ) Exhibition dates: May 4–25, 2018 Providing lines, patterns, and colors. At the day’s […]

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Fresh Terrain by Al Preciado

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Fresh Terrain by Al Preciado

KALEID Gallery is very proud to present “Fresh Terrain” by KALEID Gallery resident artist Al Preciado. This exhibit explores the landscape of the local Scenery and interesting figurative forms. The woman as muse and mythology figure is part of my […]

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Breaking Free by Lourdes Morante-Mieses

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Breaking Free by Lourdes Morante-Mieses

KALEID Gallery proudly presents “Breaking Free” by resident artist Lourdes Morante-Mieses. In this modern society, a variety of stressors­–economic challenges, racial and social oppression, and family issues–distress the individual in so many ways resulting in physical and emotional health problems […]

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Natural Conclusions by Julie Meridian

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Natural Conclusions by Julie Meridian

KALEID Galllery is proud to present: “Natural Conclusions” by Julie Meridian How does someone else see or respond to the same place? What is unique in each person’s perception and expression? How can we value an experience as it is […]

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Ethereal Sea by Jeff Bramschreiber

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Ethereal Sea by Jeff Bramschreiber

KALEID Gallery is proud to present: “Ethereal Sea” by Jeff Bramschreiber The idea for this series of paintings came to me early last year. I love the sea, and many of my “Two Buck Tuesday” (at KALEID) creations are related […]

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Pintura Fresca by  Fernando “Force129” Amaro Jr.

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Pintura Fresca by  Fernando “Force129” Amaro Jr.

Pintura Fresca a new series of portraits by  Fernando “Force129” Amaro Jr.

Mixed media character studies inspired from a mural I painted (in the SOFA District) of figments of my imagination that included the people and their pets from the neighborhood.

Force129 is an artist & designer currently working & living in San Jose, CA.

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OMNI by Anthony Palomo

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OMNI by Anthony Palomo

My paintings pry and dissect nature and memory to develop an ideal wreckage. Cubism is God’s clutter, an omnidirectional view, facets at all angles. I perceive and slit my roses within their all-seeing entirety whereas my Miasma Series breaks down cubism into abstract form. A frenzy of emotion layered over, under, and through each other to emanate the foulness in beauty and bliss in suffocation. Omni is Latin for all and it is commonly used with words that would describe a god who is all-seeing, all-creating, and all-powerful. I believe it to define most artists as well.

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Intelligent Life Forms by Michelle Waters

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Intelligent Life Forms by Michelle Waters

“It has always seemed strange to me that we talk about finding intelligent life on other planets, when we have plenty of intelligent life forms right here on Earth that we should be focusing on saving. Nature and animals have been healing for me in this life, and the natural world is now under attack like never before. In response, I’m drawn to making art about all that is still beautiful in this world, and all that needs protection.” ~Michelle Waters

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Dada Charms by Jenifer Renzel

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Dada Charms by Jenifer Renzel

One definition of a charm is a verbal formula believed to have magical force. New paintings and assemblages by Jenifer Renzel explore the notion of a purely visual charm invoked by combining disparate images, parts, and mediums. If you are intrigued, confused, or disconcerted by a piece, the charm worked.

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