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by Arnold Flaten

  • Author: Arnold Flaten
  • ISBN: 0806614528
  • ISBN13: 978-0806614526
  • ePub: 1422 kb | FB2: 1612 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Augsburg Pub. House; 1st edition (January 1, 1974)
  • Pages: 128
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 280
  • Format: mbr txt lit lrf
Arnold Flaten, Sculptor ePub download

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Walter Arnold (sculptor). Walter Arnold was the son of a Leipzig Stonemason. He trained between 1924 and 1928 in wood carving and Stone sculpture. Walter Arnold (1953). Between 1928 and 1932 he studied the shapes of sculptures and ceramics under Alfred Thiele at the School of Craftsmanship at Leipzig. After finishing his studies he worked as an assistant to Thiele until 1933, after which he worked as a freelance artist, supporting himself with contract work, including grave stone business and stonework renovation jobs.

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Sculptor/Stone Carver. Walter S. Arnold Sculptor added a new photo to the album Double Tree Stump Tombstone. 4 August at 10:29 ·. The gentleman whom I am memorializing with this treestump tombstone was blind, and so I've carved his white cane leaning against the back of the tree. You may recall the baseball cap and radio from earlier photos, carved on the front of this tree.

About walter s. arnold sculptor. Sculptor and Stone Carver. Arnold creates a full range of stone sculpture and marble carvings. CommunitySee All. 4,702 people like this. 4,780 people follow this.

Explore genealogy for Lenard Flaten born 1912 North Dakota, United States died 1994 Montana, United States including ancestors + more in the free family tree . Lenard Arnold Flaten. Born 1912 in North Dakota, United States.

Explore genealogy for Lenard Flaten born 1912 North Dakota, United States died 1994 Montana, United States including ancestors + more in the free family tree community. Son of Christopher F Flaten and Clara (Anderson) Flaten. Brother of Theodore Flaten, Clinton Melvin Flaten, Miles Flaten, Dora Alvilda Flaten, Lenora H (Flaten) White, Gladys (Flaten) Simpson, Myrtis Flaten, and Hazel (Flaten) Kjelgaard. Husband of Alice Bertha (Treider) Flaten - married 26 Oct 1935 in Wolf Point, Montana. Died 2 Apr 1994 in Montana, United States.

From dust jacket notes: "...There exists no 'work' comparable to the sculpture of Arnold Flaten. His understanding of the theology of creation, the nature and needs of man, and the redemption by Jesus Christ are the basis of his artistic expressions. Hundreds of his wood carvings and metal sculptures are bringing joy and new insights to those who view them in churches, museums, colleges, and homes. A pioneer in Christian art, Arnold Flaten seeks the spoken message of texture, color, grain, and density of each piece of wood before he carves. And each carving becomes an expression of his Christian faith...."