Date(s) - 06/08/2019
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Walt Girdner Photo Studio & Gallery
A new exhibition featuring artist Michel Boutboul will be on display at Walt Girdner Gallery.
In the Parisian suburb of Noisy-le-sec, Michel Boutboul was born in 1951, the eighth of sixteen children, taking his place amidst a tribe of nine brothers and six sisters. Life in the blue collar region was not tilled with luxury, but it had the comforts of home for the young Boutboul and his remaining clan of siblings, some of whom were approaching their exodus from the family nest. As the son of a butcher, Alfred and his wife Louise, a devoted mother and ,homemaker, Boutboul’s artistic talents lay dormant for the first decade of his life– until eventually awakened by his elementary school instructor, Professor Vandalon, a man who cast an everlasting impression on the would-be illusionistic surrealist.
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Opening night and reception
Saturday June 8th from 6pm – 9pm.