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Aron Wisenfeld at the Bakersfield Museum of Art


Aron Wisenfeld (HF Vol. 14), whom we recently saw at the SF Fine Arts Fair, will be showing a series of drawings and paintings this June 10th, 2010 at the Bakersfield Museum of Art. BMoA Chief Curator Emily Falke recently said: "When I first set eyes on Wiesenfeld’s works I was drawn immediately into that “state of flux” that they represent. There is a feeling of running, searching, and foraging within the figures, a rite of passage with no ending. Ultimately, the viewer is left with a sense of impending transformation. The art of Aron Wiesenfeld is filled with layers of complex meanings and his provocative thoughts." We couldn't have said it better ourselves, view four more of Aron's works here on Hi-Fructose

Aron Wisenfeld (HF Vol. 14), whom we recently saw at the SF Fine Arts Fair, will be showing a series of drawings and paintings this June 10th, 2010 at the Bakersfield Museum of Art. BMoA Chief Curator Emily Falke recently said: “When I first set eyes on Wiesenfeld’s works I was drawn immediately into that “state of flux” that they represent. There is a feeling of running, searching, and foraging within the figures, a rite of passage with no ending. Ultimately, the viewer is left with a sense of impending transformation. The art of Aron Wiesenfeld is filled with layers of complex meanings and his provocative thoughts.” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves, view four more of Aron’s works below.




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