Angelo Arnold has worked as a specialized instructor at Norwich University since 2009, teaching courses in drawing, 2D design, 3D design, furniture design, sculpture, design-build, landscape architecture, and architecture.
He is a professional visual artist who primarily creates furniture-inspired anthropomorphic sculpture. His upholstered forms are dynamic in gesture and the reference to furniture vocabulary provides a platform to recall past memories. He received his MFA in studio arts/sculpture from Ohio State University. He has received numerous art grants—including a Berkshire Taconic Artist Resource Trust Grant—fellowships for residencies, and awards for his sculpture and community arts projects. Arnold shows his work in national and international juried exhibitions with collections in Ohio, Maryland, Louisiana, New Mexico, Vermont, North Carolina, New York, and the United Kingdom.
He is a co-founder of the River of Light community arts project in Waterbury, Vermont, and a board member for the Town of Barre Parks and Recreation Department.
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