David Arsenault (American)

David Arsenault is a fine artist who has lived virtually all his life in New York. He recalls first being inspired by art when he came across a reproduction of Edward Hopper’s 1940 painting 'Gas' in a school library book. Little did he know that 20 years later, he would himself attempt to express on canvas what words could not convey. The Wall Street Journal was quoted as saying that "Some of Mr. Arsenault's paintings could pass for works by Edward Hopper—just at a thousandth of the price." He studied painting at the University at Albany. David has participated in over one hundred fifty local, regional and national exhibitions in New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and more. His oil paintings, giclees and prints can be found in private and corporate collections across the United States and in England.