John Felix Arnold III is an artist hailing from Durham, North Carolina. A graduate of Pratt Institute class of 2002, he has lived in New York City and the SF Bay Area for the last 18 years. He works in a range of media but most commonly in painting, drawing, sculpture, wood assemblage, installation, and sound elements. His work deals with ontology, the human experience, social and environmental issues, explorations of the emotional and the unseen aspects of life, struggle, and serenity. He utilizes a range of media to deconstruct the idea of the traditional visual narrative and presents it in immersive new experiences that create a language both shared and singular. He has worked with the SFMOMA, The Luggage Store, Joseph Gross Gallery, FFDG, Superchief Gallery, Stephanie Chefas Projects, Spoke Art, The Shooting Gallery, and more. He has been featured in print and web by Juxtapoz, Hi-Fructose, 96 Hours, Supersonic Art, Impose Magazine, Common Magazine (JP), SF Weekly, and more.
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