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Painter, b. 1959 -

Canadian landscape artist Roger D. Arndt began to see the world through an artistic eye at the age of twelve. In the early 1970's, at the age of fourteen, Arndt became inspired by the art of Loren D. Adams, Jr., a well-known seascape artist who was working out of Vancouver's Granville Island district. Arndt became an apprentice to Adams and through careful observation and Adams mentoring, Arndt nurtured his own talent. Over the next few decades, through a passion for exploration and academic study, Arndt's love of nature sent him off exploring all the landscapes of the Canadian West including; the Alberta Rocky Mountains, Lake Louise, Jasper, and Athabasca regions, hiking and camping at the base of towering mountains and ancient glaciers. Arndt also began to draw inspiration from the wilderness of childhood memories, from family camping excursions to British Columbia's Manning Park. Roger D. Arndt's first solo art exhibition at Vancouver's PNE was followed by a series of traveling shows with Paul Thomas Exhibitions. In these years, Roger focused mainly on seascapes of the Canadian West Coast including Long Beach on Vancouver Island. Through his explorations of the west coast of Canada, Roger became fascinated with Pacific Northwest Coast aboriginal artists, the Haida, and their impressive totem poles carved from posts of mostly red cedar trees. He wanted to add structure to his paintings, and after studying the history of totems at the University of British Columbia, he began to incorporate them into his ocean paintings. Roger began to introduce gardens into his paintings in the mid-1990's. He found inspiration in his own gardening experiences at his Okanagan home. Roger D. Arndt lives and works from his studio homestead on his family-owned and operated tree fruit orchard, Arndt Orchards, in Kelowna, British Columbia. Arndt is currently focused on exploring the areas of the Kitlope, the largest intact coastal temperate rainforest on Earth, as well as continuing to paint the mountains of BC and Alberta. Roger D. Arndt has exhibited at the Calgary Stampede's Western Art Showcase for 25 years. He is one of the founding members of the Western Lights Artists Group which he travelled and exhibited with for over 24 years. Every year, Arndt holds at least two major exhibitions, and takes field trips into Canada's West, mountains and forests to gather new material.

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    • Roger D. Arndt, Wild Apples, serigraph 87/98
      Jan. 29, 2023

      Roger D. Arndt, Wild Apples, serigraph 87/98

      Est: $200 - $300

      Canadian landscape artist Roger D. Arndt began to see the world through an artistic eye at the age of twelve. In the early 1970€™s, at the age of fourteen, Arndt became inspired by the art of Loren D. Adams, Jr., a well-known seascape artist who was working out of Vancouver'€™s Granville Island district. Arndt became an apprentice to Adams and through careful observation and Adams mentoring, Arndt nurtured his own talent. Over the next few decades, through a passion for exploration and academic study, Arndt'€™s love of nature sent him off exploring all the landscapes of the Canadian West including; the Alberta Rocky Mountains, Lake Louise, Jasper, and Athabasca regions, hiking and camping at the base of towering mountains and ancient glaciers. Arndt also began to draw inspiration from the wilderness of childhood memories, from family camping excursions to British Columbia’s Manning Park. Roger D. Arndt's first solo art exhibition at Vancouver'€™s PNE was followed by a series of traveling shows with Paul Thomas Exhibitions. In these years, Roger focused mainly on seascapes of the Canadian West Coast including Long Beach on Vancouver Island. Through his explorations of the west coast of Canada, Roger became fascinated with Pacific Northwest Coast aboriginal artists, the Haida, and their impressive totem poles carved from posts of mostly red cedar trees. He wanted to add structure to his paintings, and after studying the history of totems at the University of British Columbia, he began to incorporate them into his ocean paintings. Roger began to introduce gardens into his paintings in the mid-1990'€™s. He found inspiration in his own gardening experiences at his Okanagan home. Roger D. Arndt lives and works from his studio homestead on his family-owned and operated tree fruit orchard, Arndt Orchards, in Kelowna, British Columbia. Arndt is currently focused on exploring the areas of the Kitlope, the largest intact coastal temperate rainforest on Earth, as well as continuing to paint the mountains of BC and Alberta. Roger D. Arndt has exhibited at the Calgary Stampede's Western Art Showcase for 25 years. He is one of the founding members of the Western Lights Artists Group which he travelled and exhibited with for over 24 years. Every year, Arndt holds at least two major exhibitions, and takes field trips into Canada's West, mountains and forests to gather new material.

      4th Meridian Fine Art
    • Roger D. Arndt, serigraph Evening Light, 23/75
      Mar. 27, 2022

      Roger D. Arndt, serigraph Evening Light, 23/75

      Est: $125 - $175

      Canadian landscape artist Roger D. Arndt began to see the world through an artistic eye at the age of twelve. In the early 1970€™s, at the age of fourteen, Arndt became inspired by the art of Loren D. Adams, Jr., a well-known seascape artist who was working out of Vancouver'€™s Granville Island district. Arndt became an apprentice to Adams and through careful observation and Adams mentoring, Arndt nurtured his own talent. Over the next few decades, through a passion for exploration and academic study, Arndt'€™s love of nature sent him off exploring all the landscapes of the Canadian West including; the Alberta Rocky Mountains, Lake Louise, Jasper, and Athabasca regions, hiking and camping at the base of towering mountains and ancient glaciers. Arndt also began to draw inspiration from the wilderness of childhood memories, from family camping excursions to British Columbia’s Manning Park. Roger D. Arndt's first solo art exhibition at Vancouver'€™s PNE was followed by a series of traveling shows with Paul Thomas Exhibitions. In these years, Roger focused mainly on seascapes of the Canadian West Coast including Long Beach on Vancouver Island. Through his explorations of the west coast of Canada, Roger became fascinated with Pacific Northwest Coast aboriginal artists, the Haida, and their impressive totem poles carved from posts of mostly red cedar trees. He wanted to add structure to his paintings, and after studying the history of totems at the University of British Columbia, he began to incorporate them into his ocean paintings. Roger began to introduce gardens into his paintings in the mid-1990'€™s. He found inspiration in his own gardening experiences at his Okanagan home. Roger D. Arndt lives and works from his studio homestead on his family-owned and operated tree fruit orchard, Arndt Orchards, in Kelowna, British Columbia. Arndt is currently focused on exploring the areas of the Kitlope, the largest intact coastal temperate rainforest on Earth, as well as continuing to paint the mountains of BC and Alberta. Roger D. Arndt has exhibited at the Calgary Stampede's Western Art Showcase for 25 years. He is one of the founding members of the Western Lights Artists Group which he travelled and exhibited with for over 24 years. Every year, Arndt holds at least two major exhibitions, and takes field trips into Canada's West, mountains and forests to gather new material. When he is not painting, Arndt enjoys camping, fly fishing, horseback riding, and gardening.

      4th Meridian Fine Art
    • Roger D. Arndt, Canadian (1959 - ), Late Day, Winter Light, oil on panel, 16 x 36 in. (40.6 x 91.4 cm)
      Oct. 27, 2021

      Roger D. Arndt, Canadian (1959 - ), Late Day, Winter Light, oil on panel, 16 x 36 in. (40.6 x 91.4 cm)

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Roger D. Arndt Canadian (1959 - ) late day, winter light oil on panel signed 16 x 36 in. (40.6 x 91.4 cm)

      Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
    • Roger D. Arndt, Evening Light, 23/75
      Jan. 24, 2021

      Roger D. Arndt, Evening Light, 23/75

      Est: $125 - $175

      Canadian landscape artist Roger D. Arndt began to see the world through an artistic eye at the age of twelve. In the early 1970’s, at the age of fourteen, Arndt became inspired by the art of Loren D. Adams, Jr., a well-known seascape artist who was working out of Vancouver’s Granville Island district. Arndt became an apprentice to Adams and through careful observation and Adams mentoring, Arndt nurtured his own talent. Over the next few decades, through a passion for exploration and academic study, Arndt’s love of nature sent him off exploring all the landscapes of the Canadian West including; the Alberta Rocky Mountains, Lake Louise, Jasper, and Athabasca regions, hiking and camping at the base of towering mountains and ancient glaciers. Arndt also began to draw inspiration from the wilderness of childhood memories, from family camping excursions to British Columbia’s Manning Park. Roger D. Arndt’s first solo art exhibition at Vancouver’s PNE was followed by a series of traveling shows with Paul Thomas Exhibitions. In these years, Roger focused mainly on seascapes of the Canadian West Coast including Long Beach on Vancouver Island. Through his explorations of the west coast of Canada, Roger became fascinated with Pacific Northwest Coast aboriginal artists, the Haida, and their impressive totem poles carved from posts of mostly red cedar trees. He wanted to add structure to his paintings, and after studying the history of totems at the University of British Columbia, he began to incorporate them into his ocean paintings. Roger began to introduce gardens into his paintings in the mid-1990’s. He found inspiration in his own gardening experiences at his Okanagan home. Roger D. Arndt lives and works from his studio homestead on his family-owned and operated tree fruit orchard, Arndt Orchards, in Kelowna, British Columbia. Arndt is currently focused on exploring the areas of the Kitlope, the largest intact coastal temperate rainforest on Earth, as well as continuing to paint the mountains of BC and Alberta. Roger D. Arndt has exhibited at the Calgary Stampede’s Western Art Showcase for 25 years. He is one of the founding members of the Western Lights Artists Group which he travelled and exhibited with for over 24 years. Every year, Arndt holds at least two major exhibitions, and takes field trips into Canada’s West, mountains and forests to gather new material. When he is not painting, Arndt enjoys camping, fly fishing, horseback riding, and gardening.

      4th Meridian Fine Art
    • Roger D. Arndt, Evening Light, 23/75
      Feb. 22, 2020

      Roger D. Arndt, Evening Light, 23/75

      Est: $125 - $175

      Canadian landscape artist Roger D. Arndt began to see the world through an artistic eye at the age of twelve. In the early 1970’s, at the age of fourteen, Arndt became inspired by the art of Loren D. Adams, Jr., a well-known seascape artist who was working out of Vancouver’s Granville Island district. Arndt became an apprentice to Adams and through careful observation and Adams mentoring, Arndt nurtured his own talent. Over the next few decades, through a passion for exploration and academic study, Arndt’s love of nature sent him off exploring all the landscapes of the Canadian West including; the Alberta Rocky Mountains, Lake Louise, Jasper, and Athabasca regions, hiking and camping at the base of towering mountains and ancient glaciers. Arndt also began to draw inspiration from the wilderness of childhood memories, from family camping excursions to British Columbia’s Manning Park. Roger D. Arndt’s first solo art exhibition at Vancouver’s PNE was followed by a series of traveling shows with Paul Thomas Exhibitions. In these years, Roger focused mainly on seascapes of the Canadian West Coast including Long Beach on Vancouver Island. Through his explorations of the west coast of Canada, Roger became fascinated with Pacific Northwest Coast aboriginal artists, the Haida, and their impressive totem poles carved from posts of mostly red cedar trees. He wanted to add structure to his paintings, and after studying the history of totems at the University of British Columbia, he began to incorporate them into his ocean paintings. Roger began to introduce gardens into his paintings in the mid-1990’s. He found inspiration in his own gardening experiences at his Okanagan home. Roger D. Arndt lives and works from his studio homestead on his family-owned and operated tree fruit orchard, Arndt Orchards, in Kelowna, British Columbia. Arndt is currently focused on exploring the areas of the Kitlope, the largest intact coastal temperate rainforest on Earth, as well as continuing to paint the mountains of BC and Alberta. Roger D. Arndt has exhibited at the Calgary Stampede’s Western Art Showcase for 25 years. He is one of the founding members of the Western Lights Artists Group which he travelled and exhibited with for over 24 years. Every year, Arndt holds at least two major exhibitions, and takes field trips into Canada’s West, mountains and forests to gather new material. When he is not painting, Arndt enjoys camping, fly fishing, horseback riding, and gardening.

      4th Meridian Fine Art
    • ROGER ARNDT ''LOOKING BACK'' PAINTING
      Apr. 23, 2017

      ROGER ARNDT ''LOOKING BACK'' PAINTING

      Est: $1,500 - $2,500

      ARNDT, Roger, (Canadian, 20th Century): ''Looking Back'', Oil/Panel, 24'' x 12'', signed lower left, custom frame, 36.25'' x 24.25''. Roger Arndt's love of nature inspires his paintings.

      Burchard Galleries Inc
    • Roger D. Arndt, Canadian (1959 - ), Late Day, Winter Light, oil on panel, 16 x 36 in. (40.6 x 91.4 cm)
      Oct. 19, 2016

      Roger D. Arndt, Canadian (1959 - ), Late Day, Winter Light, oil on panel, 16 x 36 in. (40.6 x 91.4 cm)

      Est: $1,500 - $2,500

      signed

      Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
    • Artist: ROGER D. ARNDT [b.1960] Canadian Title:
      Nov. 04, 2012

      Artist: ROGER D. ARNDT [b.1960] Canadian Title:

      Est: $1,200 - $1,500

      Artist: ROGER D. ARNDT [b.1960] Canadian Title: Along the Athabasca Media: oil on wood board 24 x 12 in. / 61 x 30 cm. Notes: signed lower right; bears title on plaque attached to frame Provenance: private collection, British Columbia

      Levis Auction
    • Roger D. Arndt Canadian [b. 1959] QUADRA LOOKOUT
      Nov. 29, 2010

      Roger D. Arndt Canadian [b. 1959] QUADRA LOOKOUT

      Est: $2,000 - $2,500

      Roger D. Arndt Canadian [b. 1959] QUADRA LOOKOUT oil on board 20 x 24 in. (50.8 x 61 cm) signed & titled

      Hodgins Art Auctions Ltd.
    • Roger D. Arndt
      May. 31, 2010

      Roger D. Arndt

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Canadian [b. 1959] SOLACE oil on panel 12 x 32 in. (30.5 x 81.3 cm) signed & titled

      Hodgins Art Auctions Ltd.
    • Roger D. Arndt
      May. 31, 2010

      Roger D. Arndt

      Est: $500 - $600

      Canadian [b. 1959] SALUTE TO MT. BIDENT; 1978 oil on board 8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm) signed, titled & dated

      Hodgins Art Auctions Ltd.
    • Roger Arndt, River Landscape
      Jan. 31, 2010

      Roger Arndt, River Landscape

      Est: $200 - $300

      River Landscape

      Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
    • Roger Arndt, Salute to Mt. Bident
      Jan. 31, 2010

      Roger Arndt, Salute to Mt. Bident

      Est: $200 - $300

      Salute to Mt. Bident

      Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
    • Roger Arndt, Where the Spirit Dwells
      Jan. 31, 2010

      Roger Arndt, Where the Spirit Dwells

      Est: $700 - $900

      Where the Spirit Dwells

      Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
    • Roger Arndt, Freedom Song
      Jan. 31, 2010

      Roger Arndt, Freedom Song

      Est: $700 - $900

      Freedom Song

      Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
    • Roger Arndt, Autumn Moods
      Jan. 31, 2010

      Roger Arndt, Autumn Moods

      Est: $200 - $300

      Autumn Moods

      Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
    • Roger Arndt, Serene River Landscape
      Dec. 13, 2009

      Roger Arndt, Serene River Landscape

      Est: $250 - $350

      River Landscape

      Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
    • Roger Arndt, Sunlit Glade landscape
      Dec. 13, 2009

      Roger Arndt, Sunlit Glade landscape

      Est: $250 - $350

      Sunlit Glade

      Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
    • Roger Arndt, Autumn River Landscape
      Dec. 13, 2009

      Roger Arndt, Autumn River Landscape

      Est: $250 - $350

      Autumn Moods

      Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
    • Roger Arndt, Idylic Coastal Landscape
      Dec. 13, 2009

      Roger Arndt, Idylic Coastal Landscape

      Est: $500 - $700

      Gentle Morn

      Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
    • Roger Arndt, Spirits in a Woodland Setting
      Dec. 13, 2009

      Roger Arndt, Spirits in a Woodland Setting

      Est: $1,200 - $1,500

      Where the Spirit Dwells

      Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
    • Roger Arndt, Eagle Soaring in Coastal Landscape
      Dec. 13, 2009

      Roger Arndt, Eagle Soaring in Coastal Landscape

      Est: $1,200 - $1,500

      Freedom Song

      Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
    • Roger Arndt, Mt. Bident landscape
      Dec. 13, 2009

      Roger Arndt, Mt. Bident landscape

      Est: $250 - $350

      Salute to Mt. Bident

      Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
    • Roger Arndt, Cosy Cabin in Winter Setting
      Dec. 13, 2009

      Roger Arndt, Cosy Cabin in Winter Setting

      Est: $250 - $350

      Winter Hideaway

      Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
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