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“Playing Dice with the Universe” Doug Edwards solo exhibition June 2024

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“Playing Dice with the Universe” Doug Edwards solo exhibition June 2024

KALEID Gallery is proud to present: Playing Dice with the UniverseDoug Edwards solo exhibition Artist’s reception: Friday, June 7th 5pm–9pmpart of South FIRST FRIDAYS ArtWalk SJFree admission & all ages. The physicist Niels Bohr embraced the theory that the action of atoms was not determined by a set of defined rules, but rather was influenced by the simple act of being observed. Albert Einstein disagreed that the universe could be so random. He famously replied, “God does not play dice.” As evidenced by the work on display here, I’m more with Bohr. Each time I start a new work, I bring to it an open mind and no preconceived notion of where the finished piece will end up. I make stray marks and then react to them, striving to find balance while allowing my subconscious mind to dredge up imagery from my past or incorporating that which I see before…

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“INNERMOST” Julianne Bonnet Solo Exhibit April, 2024

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“INNERMOST” Julianne Bonnet Solo Exhibit                   April, 2024

KALEID Gallery is proud to present: INNERMOST  Julianne Bonnet solo exhibition Julianne Bonnet uses the layering of imagery in digital and encaustic collage to create a visual depth that is representative of the human emotional landscape.  Each image is a unique meditation on a deeply personal memory, thought, or idea that gets the core of experiences both painful and revelatory. Julianne’s work touches on concepts of trauma healing, a very important and increasingly visible part of our social fabric.  The images in “Innermost” elicit hugs, tears, and the sharing of stories. Her work helps people to feel seen and understood and encourages them to embrace, and even celebrate, the hiddenmost parts of themselves and the experiences that have shaped them.  “Innermost” takes you on an emotional journey of the deepest parts of the human psyche and unites us in our combined understanding of what it means and feels like to…

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“Helen: Queen of the Flies” by Julie Barrett March 2024

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“Helen: Queen of the Flies” by Julie Barrett March 2024

KALEID Gallery is proud to present:  Helen: Queen of the Flies Julie Barrett solo exhibition Artist reception: Friday, March 1st 5pm–9pmpart of First Fridays ArtWalk SJ Carl is in love with his beautiful,young patient Helen. Although she succumbs to her illness and dies, he still tries to keep her alive.through the layers of “reality” he has layered in his own reality. She exists between the planes of the here and the gone; he can’t tell the difference except for the crackles and blasts of his brain breaking…breaking through to her. Sometimes their connection is clear. She is alive with him, she is his – laughing and seemingly interacting with him. Then the crackling happens and he loses her; she can’t hear him anymore. She’s decaying, he’s trying desperately to stop that. He can’t control decay any more than he can control his disgusting love for a dead girl. He finally realizes…

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