Golden Thread by Kathryn Arnold, Mixed Media on Paper, 60 x 115 inches.
I have been working on some black and white works on paper and will put together a gallery soon.
This work – 60 inches high by 115 inches wide – actually I began this a little while ago but feel like it is now ready to view.
The title is Golden Thread and it is mixed media on paper with collage. It has some embedded paper cranes with a string of golden thread and subtle words.
Above is a slideshow. Each work is by me, Kathryn Arnold and are oil on stretched canvas. It begins with It’s About Being 66 x 83″, continues to Distinction #2 60 x 90″, and then moves to Color Dynamics 54 x 72 and then to the passageway installation view. They are curated by Slate Art. Here is their website – feel free to contact them or me with any questions. http://www.slateart.net/Home/Index/163 .
And here is the address of the hotel if indeed you can go and view these works!
These are a couple of photographs of my work installed @Infinity Towers lobby, San Francisco during April through July 27, 2016. The works just came down yesterday. This is Beach at Santa Cruz, an oil painting 54 x 60″ inspired by my imagination!
I realized today while reviewing my artwork work database that I never posted this image of a private commission. It was such a great experience to create these works. Hope you enjoy!
Artwork commission installed in private residence
While browsing through and working with my artwork images this morning I cam upon 2 that I had not shared. These works are supremely framed, are small 18 x 18″ and are from my “The Poet” series, a set of works inspired by Basho, a haiku poet from the Edo period in Japan.
Two of kathryn arnold’s 18 x 18″ oil on canvas paintings installed at exhibition at Sandra Lee Gallery, San Francisco during December 2015 and January 2016.
Viewer looking at 2 paintings by Kathryn Arnold hanging at Sandra lee Gallery in December 2015 and January 2016/ group exhibition.
Hiroshige, One Hundred Views of Edo #040. “Basho’s Hermatage and Camellia Hill on the Kanda Aqueduct at Sekiguchi” (Image source Brooklyn Museum/ Wikipedia)
I have contributed a small work titled “Inward” 16 x 20″ acrylic on paper for the auction – all proceeds go towards the support of this great Museum located in Santa Clara (Silicon Valley), California.
There is a companion piece with this work; regrettably only one contribution per artist for this event.
The Gala and Auction are tonight; hope you can join me! The link above has the information you need such as address and time.
“Inward” by Kathryn Arnold, acrylic on paper, framed under glass with black frame