Each in Their Own Voice: African-American Artists in Cleveland, 1970-2005

Anna Arnold interview excerpt, 29 October 2008

Anna Arnold

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Studio Visit, 1990
Studio Visit, 1990

Program Length: 04:22

Cleveland portrait artist, Anna Arnold, discusses her love of drawing and painting as a child, encouragement from her parents and teachers, and her ambition to attend the Cleveland Institute of Art, and become a "famous Cleveland artist." Arnold shares memories of the process her father would take in painting a house, and how she uses a process in creating her art.

*Portrait of the artist courtesy of Herb Ascherman.

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