Los Ange­les

Oil paint­ings

“In Cal­i­for­nia, they don’t throw away their garbage — they turn them into TV shows”. This famous quip from Woody Allen’s film Annie Hall has height­ened Godon’s curios­ity and amuse­ment. As the sec­ond largest city in the United Sates, it is not only a major cos­mopoli­tan metrop­o­lis, but also a major point of entry into the States. With cheer­ful aban­don Alain Godon paints the emblem­atic sites of this blotch of a city that stretches from north to south for over 100 kilometers.