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day, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tickets $19–$24. The
Tech Museum of Innovation, 201 S. Market
St., San Jose. 408/294-TECH.
Tech Test Zone. This gallery at the Tech
Museum allows visitors to get firsthand experience
in the design, testing and response to prototypes
by local corporations, research labs and
hobbyists. Tickets $19–$24. The Tech Museum
of Innovation, 201 S. Market St., San Jose.
Aegis Gallery of Fine Art. Fine paintings
from many locales. Open Wednesday through
Sunday, times vary. 14531 Big Basin Way #2,
Art Object Gallery. Located in the very heart
of Japantown and featuring sculpture and
other media. Open Monday through Friday,
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 592 N. Fifth St., San Jose.
Bruni Gallery. Paintings, pottery, miscellaneous
artifacts and more. Open daily. 1171
Lincoln Ave.., San Jose. 408/298-7000.
Bryant Street Gallery. Mixed media from
contemporary artists across the country. Open
Tuesday through Saturday, times vary. 532
Bryant St., Palo Alto. 650/321-8155.
Gallerie Amsterdam. Artists ranging from
Tony Curtis and Red Skelton to Alexander
Volkov from St. Petersburg, Russia, display
their works. The gallery also showcases a variety
of 18th- and 19th-century European art.
Open Monday through Saturday. Dolores
Street between Fifth and Sixth streets, Carmel.
Gallery House. Artists show new work on a
revolving basis in media ranging from sculpture
to ceramics to jewelry. Open Wednesday
through Sunday. 320 California Ave.., Palo
Gregory Deane Studio. Artist Gregory
Deane’s abstract works celebrate expressionism
in the form of colorful and monochromatic
paintings, as well as mixed media creations.
Showings by appointment only. 4075 Transport
St., Palo Alto. 650/424-1970.
Kaleid Gallery. Kaleid Gallery specializes in
ne arts and limited editions. Call for hours. 88
S. Fourth St., San Jose. 408/947-1785.
Natalie and James Thompson Art Gallery.
Open Tuesday through Friday. San Jose State
University School of Art and Design. 1 Washington
Square, San Jose. 408/924-4320.
Pacific Art League of Palo Alto. A nonprofit
that sponsors programs to promote professionalism
and creativity in the local photographic
community. Free. Open Monday through Friday,
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 668 Ramona St., Palo
Palo Alto Art Center. For more than 30
years, this center has provided visual arts
exhibits and educational events. Free. Open
Tuesday through Sunday, times vary. 1313
Newell Road, Palo Alto. 650/329-2366.
Peabody Fine Art Gallery. Original and limited
edition contemporary art. Open daily.
603 Santa Cruz Ave., Menlo Park. 650/322-
Peninsula Museum of Art. Features working
artist studios, classes, and exhibits. 1777 California
Dr., Burlingame. 650/692-2101.
Rose Shenson Community Art Gallery. A
venue for local art groups to present members’
works in one-month exhibitions. Open daily,
times vary. Free. Behind the Triton Museum
of Art, 1505 Warburton Ave.., Santa Clara.
Smith Andersen Editions. Unique prints that
employ the processes of painting, drawing and
printmaking. Open Wednesday through Saturday,
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and by appointment.
440 Pepper Ave.., Palo Alto. 650/327-7762.
Viewpoints Gallery. Owned and operated by
14 artists and features watercolors, oils, pastels,
mixed media and ceramics. Open daily, times
vary. 315 State St., Los Altos. 650/941-5789.
Winfield Gallery. Contemporary, mixed-
media gallery representing mid-career artists,
with a primary focus on sculpture and
painting, as well as ceramics, drawings, pho-