Aaron’s artistic talent was shown as early as five years old with detailed and intricate drawings of men and machine involved in stunningly complex battle scenes. At the age of 17, Aaron’s abilities with rendering and illustration moved to paint on canvas. As a painter, geometric abstraction and the internal human body was his first thesis and garnered the York Region Visual Arts bursary award for most promising young artist through the Markham Group of Artist’s Association.
Accepting Enrollment to York University’s Visual Arts BFA program in 1990, Aaron pursued a double major in painting and drawing. In 1997, Aaron moved to British Columbia in pursuit of mountains, tree‘s, waterfalls and adventure.
Aaron states “My paintings combine contemplative and simplistic beauty with abstractions of reality. The work exhibits an inviting dimension for the viewer to visit and experience…enjoy!”