by Ariadna Zierold
San Francisco Bay Area artist Chester Arnold‘s paintings are part of a visual dialogue running the length and breadth of human history. The search for excellence in this Art and Craft has led him to explore the natural world and the human events that inhabit it, constructing narratives that celebrate and question our presence in the world.
Although representational, Arnold seeks a way of painting that is richly traditional, yet radically and surprisingly new. He attempts to articulate more than the surfaces and dimensions of reality, summoning the wordless meanings and sensations that only visual art can.