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New Paintings by Artist Aron Wiesenfeld

Artist Aron Wiesenfeld's new paintings can be seen at Arcadia Gallery on November 10th through the 24th. Wiesenfeld currently lives and works in Santa Cruz, California where he creates mysterious oil paintings that have strong emotional narratives. He depicts attenuated figures in unusual solitary environments. The contemplative characters in his paintings seem to be caught in an ambiguous moment of awareness or transitioning from adolescence to adulthood. Wiesenfeld has been featured in Hi-Fructose Volume 14 and Volume 22. Read more after the jump!


Artist Aron Wiesenfeld’s new paintings can be seen at Arcadia Gallery on November 10th through the 24th. Wiesenfeld currently lives and works in Santa Cruz, California where he creates mysterious oil paintings that have strong emotional narratives. He depicts attenuated figures in unusual solitary environments. The contemplative characters in his paintings seem to be caught in an ambiguous moment of awareness or transitioning from adolescence to adulthood. Wiesenfeld has been featured in Hi-Fructose Volume 14 and Volume 22.












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