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Tony Segale, Lodi’s best-known sign painter, opens Downtown art gallery

Double Dip Gallery will feature his watercolor works, and serve Gunther’s Ice Cream

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222 W. Pine St. Lodi CA

Posted: Friday, February 7, 2014 7:28 am

Across from city hall sits a gilded wonderland that mixes the pleasures of art with the sweetness of ice cream. There are no tables or chairs, simply room to stand and enjoy a watercolor painting while spooning birthday cake ice cream into your mouth.

Local artist Tony Segale opened Double Dip Gallery at 222 W. Pine St. with little fanfare on Jan. 20. Not only does he have an art gallery for people to visit and buy paintings from, Segale also has an ice cream counter to serve Gunther’s Ice Cream from Sacramento, which is known for having a rich, creamy flavor.

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