Charles Arnoldi

American , 1946 -

There is a harmonious play in Charles Arnoldi's woodblocks and monoprints between color and form. The textured and vibrant hues balance rectilinear abstractions. In his recent printmaking series, he inserted basic geometric forms (the rectangle, the oval) into a gridded plane, revealing varied solutions to a similar equation.

Arnoldi is the recipient of several accolades including two Artist Fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, and the "Maestro Fellowship" from the California Arts Council.
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