Frank Arnold – The Messengers

“I’ve known many of the masters, including Picasso, Matisse and Twombly. I love Frank’s work. He’s made it to the top.”

Will Barnet (1911-2012) | Noted American Abstract Artist | New York, NY

Thank you for attending

Saturday, November 20

At the new MAC location:


390 Southeast 2nd Avenue, Delray Beach, FL, 33483

6:00 – 9:00 PM

Meet living master Frank Arnold for one night only at MAC Art Galleries 
Delray. Experience an incredible collection of paintings and sculpture, 
including pieces made specifically for The Messengers.

Painting From The Deeper Mind

“I go to a place where no words are spoken, a place where there is no sound, no smell, even my sense of touch goes away. I am left in a bright place where things seem to be given to me. It’s a wonderful place where I feel I can do anything; a place that I am so grateful for because I can see.

Frank Arnold


Frank Arnold is one of the foremost abstract figurative painters and sculptors of our time. He is a living master whose paintings and sculpture are in numerous collections worldwide. Guided by his personal mission to turn on a light in the human soul, Arnold shapes the unconscious forms of his deeper mind in dramatic and vivid abstract figurative works. Dividing his time between working studios in San José del Cabo and Mexico City, he has exhibited in multiple galleries and museums throughout The United States and Mexico.

The Story of 8

“The Story of 8 is still partly a mystery to me. It reaches back to my childhood, to a point of self-realization. At the age of 8, I found out I was adopted. The shock of this discovery challenged my image of who I am and my place in this world. At that young age, I made a deal with myself to be self-sufficient. As an artist, my work has come to reflect this commitment. I tell people who see my work and ask for the meaning, ‘if you really see my art, you will see yourself and from there you may see life itself.’ The number 8 is present in each piece I create. It is my connection to my work… 8 is Me.”

Frank Arnold