UNSEEN ASPECTS OF LIFE BY JOHN FELIX ARNOLD III

by Ariadna Zierold

john felix arnold III, north carolina, new york city, san francisco, bay area, painting, drawing, sculpture, abstraction, colorful, vibrant, upper playground

John Felix Arnold III is an artist hailing from Durham, North Carolina. A graduate of Pratt Institute class of 2002, he has lived in New York City and the SF Bay Area for the last 18 years. He works in a range of media but most commonly in painting, drawing, sculpture, wood assemblage, installation, and sound elements.

john felix arnold III, north carolina, new york city, san francisco, bay area, painting, drawing, sculpture, abstraction, colorful, vibrant, upper playground

His work deals with ontology, the human experience, social and environmental issues, explorations of the emotional and the unseen aspects of life, struggle, and serenity.  He utilizes a range of media to deconstruct the idea of the traditional visual narrative and presents it in immersive new experiences that create a language both shared and singular.

john felix arnold III, north carolina, new york city, san francisco, bay area, painting, drawing, sculpture, abstraction, colorful, vibrant, upper playground john felix arnold III, north carolina, new york city, san francisco, bay area, painting, drawing, sculpture, abstraction, colorful, vibrant, upper playground john felix arnold III, north carolina, new york city, san francisco, bay area, painting, drawing, sculpture, abstraction, colorful, vibrant, upper playground john felix arnold III, north carolina, new york city, san francisco, bay area, painting, drawing, sculpture, abstraction, colorful, vibrant, upper playground john felix arnold III, north carolina, new york city, san francisco, bay area, painting, drawing, sculpture, abstraction, colorful, vibrant, upper playground

Favorite Tar Heels, Part 2


As our North Carolina Tar Heels are set to play the #7 seed Washington Huskies in the real second round of the NCAA Tourney, we look at our Top 5, all-time favorite, Tar Heels in our history of being alive. So if you are going to throw some 1970′s Phil Ford knowledge on us, let us just tell you that we are children of the 1980s. So, without further ado…

5) Rasheed Wallace

4) Donald Williams (7 3-pointers in the 1993 NCAA championship game, tourney MVP, we thank you)

3) Tyler Hansbrough (title in 2009) & Sean May (title in 2005)

2) Dante Calabria (for all the Italians who wanted to play ball and not wear socks)

1) Michael Jordan

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Favorite Tar Heels, Part 1

The North Carolina Tar Heels men’s basketball program, although being over 3,000 miles from where we grew up, is our all-time favorite, beloved team in all of collegiate sports. From Dean Smith, Roy WIlliams, Michael Jordan, Rasheed Wallace, Vince Carter, Eric Montross, Sam Perkins, Sean May, Jerry Stackhouse, Derrick Phelps, Raymond Felton, Antawn Jamison, James Worthy, Joe Forte, Julius Peppers, J.R. Reid, Tyler Hansbrough, Ty Lawson, Dante Calabria, and now Harrison Barnes, we love our Carolina Blue.

This year, we don’t know what our inexperienced Heels have in store for us as a #2 seed, but we feel, in our hearts, a Great 8 would be ideal for young squad.

Here is Part 1 of our all-time favorite Heels . . . —The Citrus Report staff

10) J.R. Reid

9) Ty Lawson

8. Jerry Stackhouse

7) Danny Green (just for dunking over Greg Paulus)

6) James Worthy

5) Vince Carter

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