Hi there! You are invited to be a part of KALEID Gallery's Two Buck Tuesday event!


Two Buck Tuesday is a monthly (3rd Tuesday of every month) $2 art sale and artist/quirky people get-together with music, live art, open sketching table, demos, performances, informal speakers and other artsy happenings!  Those of you who have participated before are always welcome back!

This month the event is February 15th from 7-9 pm at KALEID Gallery, 88 S. 4th St. ste 130 San Jose, CA 95112

  • -We're looking for artists who would like to come out and paint/create live.  Set up your easel and let people see you at work!  You'd be welcome to bring a small table to sell your artwork.  
  • -We are especially interested in anyone who would like to do a demo especially something interactive.  It would be okay to have a small fee if you help a person make something they can take home with them.
  • -We're also looking for performers-musicians, puppeteers, actors, comedians, jugglers, dancers, etc.
If you are interested (or know someone who is) just send me an email and let me know what you'd like to do!

Matthew Seigel
  • Also include a link to your website/facebook if you would like us to promote you as a part of the event.
  • If you are painting, please remember to bring a dropcloth to put under your workspace.  
  • If you are selling anything please be prepared to handle your own sales (bring change).  The gallery does not take any commission on sales you make at your table.
  • PLEASE bring your own table and chairs and any other supplies you need, we don't have enough for everyone.  If you need power, please let us know ahead of time!
  • It's a great idea to have a little sign with your name or what you are demonstrating and prices (if any).
  • We do not charge anyone to be a part of Two Buck.  It's all about you sharing what you do and having a great time!
$2 TWO DOLLAR ART (why do you think we call it Two Buck Tuesday?)

  1. If you would like to make artwork for the $2 sale, bring us as many pieces as you would like that are 4"x6" or smaller with your name (and website if you like) on the back.
  2. Bring it to us by the Saturday before a Two Buck Tuesday to be a part of the upcoming event.
  3. We handle the 2 buck sales so you can submit artwork for the sale even if you can't be there for the event.
  4. You can pick up your sales money (again the gallery takes no commission) at the next month's event, just ask at the front desk. 

Thanks so much for taking the time to consider sharing your talents with us!



4 artists from The Pacific Art League showing at Cafe Zoe in Menlo Park Jan-Feb 2011

RECEPTION 1-3 Sunday Janurary 23 2011 at Cafe Zoe

Refreshments courtesy Cafe Zoe.

We welcome you to our reception and show.

Cafe Zoe is a cozy community coffee cafe located at intersecion of Menalto and Gilbert in Menlo Park.
Coffee, espresso, pastries, bagels and delicious panini. Free WIFI and local live music.

The 4 artists are all showing through The Pacific Art League community sites exhibit program. PAL, founded in 1921 is a Palo Alto based art organization.
40 percent of all art sales goes to PAL.


Lena Kashigin
My style is a balance between traditional representational painting and impressionism, based on my desire to create harmonious feeling of peacefulness and beauty. I strongly believe in the importance of positive emotions in our stressful lives, and I hope that my art evokes feelings of peace, happiness and well being in those who view it.

Darwin Poulos
Darwin utilizes 35mm and large format cameras, primarily a Canon A-1 and Shen-Hao 4x5. His B&W photographs are silver gelatin prints produced using traditional darkroom methods. They are usually selenium toned.

The beauty of nature has always fascinated him. The emphasis of his landscape photography is to share the form, texture, and tones that nature has intermingled into such imaginative subjects and stories.
Mr. Poulos has been greatly influenced by Ansel Adams and Edward Weston throughout his photographic career.

Matthew Seigel
Through energetic cascading sheets of color Matthew reinvents Japanese scrolls in modern materials.

Cathy Zander
My styles vary as widely as the media I use, and I draw inspiration from everything around me. Exploring colors is a dominate theme in most of my artwork. When asked what my favorite color is, I'm likely to reply, “the whole rainbow!” My individual art works vary from serene landscapes to playful twists on a theme (like unexpected puns).