biography of Newell Hillis ARNOLD (1906-1988)

Birth place: Beach, ND

Addresses: Minneapolis, MN, 1947; Kirkwood, MO, 1966

Profession: Sculptor, craftsperson, teacher, etcher, lithographer

Studied: Univ. Minnesota, B.A.; Minneapolis Sch. A.; Cranbrook Academy, with Carl Milles.

Exhibited: Arch. Lg., 1937; WFNY 1939; Minn. S. Exh., 1944; Minneapolis Inst. A., 1934-37; CAM, 1938-45; Minn. State Fair, 1939-40, 1944; Wichita, Kans.; A. Gld.; Plastic Exh.--U.S.A., in Russia, 1960; Contemp. Religious Art, Birmingham, Mich., 1961; Natl. Church Architectural Conf. (2nd award), 1960; Nat. Ecclesiastical A. Exh., Chicago, 1965.

Member: St. Louis A. Gld.; Minn. S. Group; Arch. Lg.; Sculptors Gal., St. Louis; Group 15, St. Louis.

Work: CAM; Walker A. Center; Monticello Col.; St. Patrick's Church, Walnut, Kans.; monument for fountain, Westport Indst. Recreation Center, St. Louis; Hand of God for fountain, Madison, Wis.; Racine Pub. Lib.; USPO, Abingdon, Ill.; Univ. Minnesota; Minn. Dept. Health; World War II Mem., St. Louis; St. Anne's Church, Normandy, Mo.; Resurrection Church, Bishop DuBourg H.S., Aquinas H.S., Ladue Jr. H.S., St. Louis; Rockhurst Col., Kansas City; St. Mary's Church, Hannibal, Mo.; Cardinal Ritter's Chapel & Garden, St. Louis, Mo.; Interparish H.S., Jefferson City, Mo.; Presbyterian Church, Alton, Ill.; Presbyterian Church, Normandy, Mo.; St. Joseph's Hospital, St. Paul, Minn.; Adolphus Gustavus Lutheran Church, St. Paul, Minn. and private commissions for homes and gardens.

Comments: Position: instr., sculpture, ceramics, Monticello College, Godfrey, Ill., 1938-.

Sources: WW66; WW47.

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