Privately Collection Artist Erik Arnebold Finally Shares Art With Public

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Erik Arnebold steps into the public art arena for the first time as a solo artist at Artexpo New York, the world’s largest fine art trade show. Arnebold has worked with a multitude of private collectors on the East coast—from Florida to Montreal—and after nearly a decade of denying requests for public viewings, he will showcase his collection to the public at Artexpo New York, March 22-25, 2012 at Pier 92 on the Hudson.

A self-taught artist whose drawings in grade school led to an internship in tattooing, Arnebold branched into oils as he discovered that painting was not only fun but allowed him to explore and unearth hidden emotions. He often chooses not to name his paintings in the hope that viewers will step into his art, giving them the opportunity to bring their own interpretations to his work.

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