Emerging in the 1960’s with a combination of formal training and personal drive, Charles Arnoldi quickly established himself as a noteworthy artist with his wall-relief wood sculptures. Since his first solo exhibition in 1971, Arnoldi constantly challenges himself as an artist through his exploration of new mediums and new forms while staying true to his particular style. Through his work in sculpture, printmaking, and painting, Arnoldi employs color and shapes to determine the form and character of each work. His work has been publicly commissioned, exhibited at numerous galleries, is featured in several publications and is in numerous private and public collections. Arnoldi’s work is also included in the collections at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, the Smithsonian Art Museum in Washington D.C., and the National Gallery of Art in Sydney.