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Philippe Gandiol Exhibition

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Date: 
Wednesday, 8 December 2021 to Saturday, 8 January 2022
Opening: 
Saturday, 11 December 2021 - 7:00pm

Philippe Gandiol, an award winning Northern California painter, was born and raised in France and moved to California in his early 20’s. He has painted with oils for over 25 years.  He pursued an independent program of study, taking classes in France, San Francisco and Sacramento and with several renowned West Coast painters. Philippe likes to paint a variety of subjects: landscapes, cityscapes, still life and figures “en plein air” or in the studio.  He works as much as possible from life, believing that only in life can he find the full range of light and color he wants in his paintings and the spirit of his subject matter. He is actively involved with the California artist community, art events and fundraisers. He also participated in juried art festivals in Sonoma, Carmel, Napa and San Luis Obispo to name a few. He teaches both privately and at the Davis Art Center. As an instructor, Philippe is appreciated as a thorough, supportive and inspiring mentor.

Join us at the John Natsoulas Gallery for his exhibition which runs from December 8th, 2021 through January 8th, 2022. There will be an opening reception December 11th starting at 7pm.

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521 1st st Davis, CA 95616

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