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The Amazing Arnoldis

The Amazing Arnoldis

November 8–December 7

Reception November 8, 5–7 pm

Charlotte Jackson Fine Art, 554 S Guadalupe, charlottejackson.com

Natalie Arnoldi isn’t exactly a chip off the old block—in this exhibition, her father, Charles Arnoldi, created wood sculpture while she focused on large-scale oil painting. Natalie’s ambiguous paintings explore the fine line between the abstract and the figurative. Trained as a marine biologist, her work often has an environmental narrative. Meanwhile, Charles, an experienced printmaker, painter, and sculptor, shows compositions crafted from painted sticks and wood chunks in this exhibition. Some works are affixed to canvas while others are structured into geometric, openwork wall hangings and sculpture.

Above: Charles Arnoldi, untitled, acrylic, Flashe vinyl paint, and wood chunks, 18 x 24 x 6″