Just when you think Patricia Aaron’s work strikes a familiar chord, when the underlying intent seems to be something simple, she flips things on their heads and expands the conversation. There are themes of home and domestic life in her work, of nature and sites that inspire her and of investigations into numerous materials from paint and wood to steel, wax and fiber. Hers is pluralistic work – abstraction prodded by conceptualism. It catches a viewer off guard while turning painting, mark-making and sculpture into objects and installations that continue
Aaron has begun working in encaustics, that lush material that stands on its own while serving as a vehicle for color and form. And it is those two components of abstraction that now engage her, as this intellectual traveler has marked a path that streamlines her search
for the confluence of two- and three-dimensional work.
Profile written by Mary Voelz Chandler
Reprinted with the permission of Fresco Fine ArtPublications, LLC, Albuquerque, NM Copyright 2009
Hiatus Series 2014
Ucross Foundation fellowship in April of 2014 inspired Pat’s new series Hiatus. The painting “The Sun, Moon and Stars” is 36×36 inches created with beeswax, pigment and ink.
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2014 Exhibits and Events
September 10 – November 20 at Republic Plaza, 370 Seventeenth St. Denver, CO Interplay- Faculty and Students
October 11 – October 29 at Water Street Gallery, 98 Center Street, Douglas, MI High FiveRead More
Representation and Contact
Patricia Aaron’s work is represented by galleries in Denver, CO, Santa Fe, NM and Douglas, MI Please visit their websites for more information.Read More