Phil Sandusky, “Houses along Cambronne Near Zimpel Street,” oil, 15 x 30 inches

Stunning plein air views of urban centers in New Orleans abound during Phil Sandusky’s latest solo exhibition. When and where?

Degas Gallery in New Orleans recently opened a fantastic solo exhibition on June 3 featuring the plein air paintings of Phil Sandusky. Titled “Impressions of New Orleans,” the exhibition is a chance for the artist to showcase his local cityscapes and urban neighborhoods — a subject for which Sandusky is nationally known. Drawing upon his scientific background, Sandusky “has tempered his painting with an understanding of vision that goes beyond the age-old dictums about optics, light, and perspective to venture into the realms explored by modern vision science,” his website reports.

Phil Sandusky, “View Along Convention Center Blvd.,” oil, 16 x 20 inches
Phil Sandusky, “Marigny — Harmony in Red and Blue,” oil, 16 x 20 inches
Phil Sandusky, “Franklin Ave and Burgundy St.,” oil, 18 x 24 inches

“Impressions of New Orleans” will continue through June. To learn more, visit Phil Sandusky.



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