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Studio Visit with John Felix Arnold

Hi-Fructose swung by the San Francisco studios of John Felix Arnold recently to get a preview of his upcoming show, 'Past from the Blast.' Split between his home studio, where the paintings are created, and an outdoor studio, where his large scale installations are built, Felix's work just keeps getting better with every show. A graduate of the Pratt Institute, Arnold has enlisted longtime pals Japanther to play the opening this coming March 3rd. Hi-Fructose photog Antonette Jean Streeter took some great photos of the works and studio, get a look after the jump.

Hi-Fructose swung by the San Francisco studios of John Felix Arnold recently to get a preview of his upcoming show, ‘Past from the Blast.’ Split between his home studio, where the paintings are created, and an outdoor studio, where his large scale installations are built, Felix’s work just keeps getting better with every show. A graduate of the Pratt Institute, Arnold has enlisted longtime pals Japanther to play the opening this coming March 3rd. Hi-Fructose photog Antonette Jean Streeter took some great photos of the works and studio, get a look below.

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