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Charles Arnoldi
Born 1946 in Dayton, OH
Lives and works in Venice, CA
Last Thoughts, 1989
cast aluminum
73 x 91 1/2 x 3 1/4 inches
Gift of the Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
1995.84
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Arnoldi has been well known in the Los Angeles area since the early 1970s when he created linear sculptures and wall sculptures made of sticks, bamboo, rope, and twine. Here he has created a work in which nature's fragility seems to merge with the tenacity of cast aluminum.