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Gian Garofalo


Gian Garofalo is a visual artist who explores color and technique using resin and pigments. Inspired by several contemporary artists, including Gene Davis of the 
Washington Color School, Garofalo meticulously applies resin to panel, creating stripes that slowly gravitate to the base, ultimately punctuating the work with intriguingly suspended paint droplets.

Garofalo, who currently resides in Chicago, Illinois, has exhibited widely in the United States. Most recently, some of his works were shown at Scope New York, SOFA Expo Chicago, and Houston Fine Art Fair. Garofalo is represented in both public and private collections. His works feature a wide range of colored stripes, and each stripe is an equally important and unique element of the piece as a whole. Garofalo has said, “I hope that my work can evoke emotion and bring out 
curiosity in the viewer.”