Arnold Zageris' visual impression of the world is perceived as a continuous mix of complexities, order and disorder.

Arnold finds it both pleasurable and rewarding to discover and record the underlying rhythms concealed in hidden forms and elusive colours. These compelling stimuli can be found everywhere; be it in the familiar city streets or in the exotic environment of an arctic sea cave. His commitment is then to search and find the quality of light that can inspire the imagination, add value to an ordinary subject or bring attention to objects passed by. Often Arnold combines and layers these images to create visually exciting abstract images. In his landscape photographs, Arnold composes on the spot. He does not shoot multiple images in order to find one 'good' one. His abstract photographs, however, are composed of creative layering of images to form a pleasing and interesting result.