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Utah artist Darren Gygi visits Lodi’s Antiquarium to sign collection of home decor art prints

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Posted: Friday, April 11, 2014 8:17 am

Morning light floods the open, airy studio where Darren Gygi wields his paintbrush like a knife. A bright red beach cruiser is bathed in sunshine. Gygi deftly forms the handlebars of the bike on a prepared panel, then the delicate spokes of each wheel. All the intricate shapes make this painting more complex than others.

For Gygi, it’s a welcome challenge. When he paints, he is not trying to evoke emotion or make a viewer feel something special. He is trying to capture a moment.

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