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Artwork by David Arrigoni
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Blue Heron Lagoon / Pismo Beach, California by David Arrigoni
Bixby Creek Bridge, Big Sur, California by David Arrigoni
Birds of Paradise, Green by David Arrigoni
California Beach Scene / Manhattan Beach by David Arrigoni
Pink Stargazer Lilies in Vase by David Arrigoni
Yellow Sunflowers by David Arrigoni
Birds of Paradise, Blue by David Arrigoni
The Birth of Venus by David Arrigoni after Botticelli
The Winemaker by David Arrigoni
Sunflowers by David Arrigoni
Blue Agapanthus by David Arrigoni
Zebra by David Arrigoni
Red Roses in Vase by David Arrigoni
Paphiopedilum Slipper Orchids in Pot by David Arrigoni
Moon Colonies by David Arrigoni
The Delphic Sibyl by Michelangelo
Portrait of Giovanna degli Albizzi Tornabuoni by Domenico Ghirlandaio
Blue Crab Orange Sand by David Arrigoni
SUNSET by David Arrigoni
Pink Perpetual Rose by David Arrigoni
Pink Stargazer Lilies by David Arrigoni
White Cattleya Orchids by David Arrigoni
Yosemite at Night by David Arrigoni
Lion in the Grass by David Arrigoni
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David Michael Arrigoni
Primarily, I paint for my own pleasure. There is great personal satisfaction in creating a work of art, and even more satisfaction when someone wants to own your work. I have been painting since I was 5-years old, because it is in my DNA. I come from a long line of artists: my father, my grandmother, and my great grandfather were artists.
At great deal of my artwork was created and sold before computers burst onto the scene. But I do consider myself a 21st Century artist. After I create an original painting, I use tools to scan the image into a computer file for further use.
For the original artwork, I paint in acrylic, oil, and occasionally water paint. I use bushes, artist knives, sponges, syringes, sticks, or whatever tools the subject matter may call for. I bend and adjust real-life images to suit my inspiration and use color as a tool to express mood. The subject and arrangement of various elements in the image come from my imagination, along with artistic license.