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People-Shaped Animals Exhibit at KALEID Gallery


art work by Nicole Dornsife


People-Shaped Animals

Concurrent with the annual Further Confusion convention in downtown San Jose, KALEID Gallery hosts a collection of work from artists participating in the furry subculture coordinated by Brian Root.

The furry crowd's roots are in indie comics and scifi/fantasy illustration, with a huge volume of art produced that's rarely seen outside of the convention's doors.

The central theme of the show is anthropomorphism in animal illustration - whether that's in cartooning, folklore, wildlife illustration, or fantasy art, the unifying thread is that all of the contributors to this show find something in making pictures of animals that speaks to them.



art work by ZD


Participating Artists:
Ashalind
AC
Ginger Cooley
Kris Jacque
Mandi Tremblay
Zhivago
Marilyn Cole
Erin Middendorf
Christina Hanson
Miguel Angel Garcia
Roz Gibson
Jessica O'Black
Nicole Dornsife
Barbara Utzinger
Sarah Finnigan
Keovi
Brendan Cunningham
Claudya Schmidt
Growly Lobita
Laura Garabedian
Brian Root


Exhibition Dates: Thursday, January 12th through Sunday, January 15th.

Exhibition Hours: Thursday, Friday, Saturday Noon -7pm, Sunday Noon - 5pm



88 South Fourth Street (at San Fernando)
Downtown San Jose
(408) 947-1785 





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