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The Doiron Gallery is conveniently located in the heart of Sacramento’s Uptown Arts District. The Gallery's collection of 50 artists works includes original oil, acrylic, watercolor, mixed media and pastel paintings, photography, wood, ceramic, resin and metal sculptures, vessels, jewelry, stained glass and wearable art. Chris Kubi, Vincent Monrel, Anne Bradley, Phyllis Eymann, Mel Gore, Deidre Trudeau, and Muriel Taylor are among the featured artists.

Location: 1819 Del Paso Boulevard, Sacramento California 95815 Telephone 916-564-4433 Fax 916-564-1812

Other Art nearby:
(Folsom) B. Spence Fisher Gallery
(Sacramento) Camellia Symphony Orchestra
(Plymouth) Charles Spinetta Wildlife Art Gallery
(Stirling) Cornerstone Gallery
(Napa) Cris Kelly, Photographer
(Sacramento) Crocker Art Museum

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