Natalie Arnoldi might currently be a coterminal Masters student at Stanford University studying ocean science and marine biology, but she could easily transition into the life of an artist, and not even a starving one. Natalie Arnoldi is an oil painter by night who creates mysteriously misty works of art that would reel just about anyone in.
Born and raised in Malibu, California, Natalie Arnoldi has always been close to the sea. Her work is considerably enriched with her coastal experiences. Whether it is the momentary bliss of a fading firework over water or the quiet bending highway long after dusk, Natalie Arnoldi's paintings are full of emotion and nostalgia. She writes, “Both processes, science and art, are a form of exploration, at once (both) highly emotional and analytical, but always inquisitive.”