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Chester Arnold

by Chestor Arnold, Feb 1, 2001


 

 

When I first saw Arnold’s work I was immediately drawn to it. These dramatic paintings lose little of their impact even without their color and greatly reduced in size. Chester Arnold teaches painting and drawing at California State University at Sonoma. Here's a link to a great interview with Chester. - R. Whittaker

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Ghosts, 2000, Oil on Linen, 60"x72"
Accumulation, 1998, 44"x50," oil on linen
Americana, 2000, 44"x50," oil on linen









       
 

About the Author

 Chester Arnold is an artist living in Northern California      

 

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