"Wow—how wonderful! A writer could use your paintings in a novel!" -DV
Rockport Art Colony Galleries—The official Facebook page of the community of working artists and gallery owners continuing the artistic and cultural tradition of Rockport MA.
The Art of David Arsenault—My official Facebook page, visited at least once daily in order to share art or gallery-related matters. A way to better get to know me, and for me to better get to know you.
Rockport Art Association—one of the oldest and most active art organizations in the country, founded by artists. David was juried in as a new member in 2015.
Cape Ann Museum—showcasing Cape Ann's rich and varied culture of nationally significant historical, industrial, and artistic achievement.
Peabody Essex Museum—celebrating outstanding artistic and cultural creativity by collecting, stewarding and interpreting objects of art and culture.
Museum of Fine Arts Boston—world-class exhibitions and collection in a beautiful space and a short 45-minute trip from Cape Ann!
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum—A living yet preserved legacy to one woman's love of art and culture in Boston.
Portland Museum of Art—an extensive collection and nationally renowned exhibitions, the Portland Museum of Art is the cultural heart of Portland, Maine.
Farnsworth Art Museum—Celebrating Maine’s role in American Art, the Farnsworth offers a nationally recognized collection from many of America’s greatest artists.
My Interview with Edward Hopper Biographer and Renowned Author and Art Historian Gail Levin
An Edward Hopper Scrapbook—The Smithonian American Art Museum's look at the American artist's life
Hopper's America—A blog recording one Australian's unique road trip across the USA to see all of Edward Hopper’s pictures in person.
Edward Hopper House Art Center–The birthplace of American Realist painter Edward Hopper, located in W. Nyack, NY. For 20 years, a cemter of exhibitions and community art events.
Oakroom Artists—Schenectady NY's oldest juried artist organization
Gallery 5 one—one of the most innovative art galleries in New York's Capital Region!
Tom Schottman—the beautiful website of a great sculptor and greater man
Stan Friedman's Visual Haiku Photographs—a great guy with a great eye!
Jackson Pollock—The National Gallery of Art website feature on the best-know Abstract Expressionist
Albany Institute of History and Art—older than the Lourve, the Smithsonian, and the Met!
Bridgeman Art Library—The BEST collection of fine art imagery available for licensing and prints. This link takes you to their selection of my paintings, which I'm honored to have with them.
New England Lighthouses—for those of you (like me) who love those sentinels of the coastline
ArtDaily.org—One of the best if not THE best for world art news, video, images, and so much more!
Roadside Peek—a road trip back in time to great neon signage, great architecture, and lots more!
Drive-in Movie.com—a web-guide to drive-in movie theatres across the USA, both present and past
LIFE Magazine—an extraordinary collection of great photos of anything you can imagine!
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