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CHARLES ARNOLDI
PARIS-MONTAIGNE

CHARLES ARNOLDI (AMERICAN, B. 1946), PAINTER, SCULPTOR, PRINTMAKER, IS BEST KNOWN FOR HIS ABSTRACT WORKS THAT
INCORPORATE TREE BRANCHES AND TWIGS. AT THE END OF THE 1970S, HE BEGAN CASTING SCULPTURES IN WOOD AND BRONZE.
EVEN THOUGH CHARLES ARNOLDI WAS BORN IN DAYTON, OHIO, HIS ART CAREER WAS NURTURED IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
HE ATTENDED CHOUINARD ART INSTITUTE IN LOS ANGELES IN THE LATE 1960’S AND BY THE 1970’S WAS HAVING EXHIBITIONS
AT PRESTIGIOUS GALLERIES ACROSS THE UNITED STATES. HIS WORK IS IN THE COLLECTIONS OF MANY MAJOR MUSEUMS,
INCLUDING THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM, THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART IN NEW YORK, THE WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN
ART IN NEW YORK, THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART, THE HAMMER MUSEUM IN LOS ANGELES, THE MUSEUM
OF CONTEMPORARY ART CHICAGO, AND THE NORTON SIMON MUSEUM IN PASADENA, CALIFORNIA.

CHARLES ARNOLDI JOINED THE CELINE ART PROJECT IN 2022, WITH THE ACQUISTION OF THE MONUMENTAL WOOD SCULPTURE
FORK, WHICH IS ON DISPLAY IN THE CELINE STORE IN PARIS, AVENUE MONTAIGNE.

"FORK", 2021
BLACK WALNUT FROM OJAI, CALIFORNIA

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