I paint to expose pieces of myself long buried

I paint to expose pieces of myself long buried

I paint to expose pieces of myself long buried

I paint to expose pieces of myself long buried

I paint to expose pieces of myself long buried

Paintings

Paintings

Paintings

Paintings

These recent paintings are a reflection of my deeply-set tendency toward perfectionism. You can see it in the strict application of paint, the tightness of the geometry, and the frenetic effect created by so many concentric lines. The work speaks abstractly to issues of mental health and codependent behavior. It also blends my graphic design sensibilities with the very modern need to unplug from technology and connect to something physical.

These recent paintings are a reflection of my deeply-set tendency toward perfectionism. You can see it in the strict application of paint, the tightness of the geometry, and the frenetic effect created by so many concentric lines. The work speaks abstractly to issues of mental health and codependent behavior. It also blends my graphic design sensibilities with the very modern need to unplug from technology and connect to something physical.

These recent paintings are a reflection of my deeply-set tendency toward perfectionism. You can see it in the strict application of paint, the tightness of the geometry, and the frenetic effect created by so many concentric lines. The work speaks abstractly to issues of mental health and codependent behavior. It also blends my graphic design sensibilities with the very modern need to unplug from technology and connect to something physical.

These recent paintings are a reflection of my deeply-set tendency toward perfectionism. You can see it in the strict application of paint, the tightness of the geometry, and the frenetic effect created by so many concentric lines. The work speaks abstractly to issues of mental health and codependent behavior. It also blends my graphic design sensibilities with the very modern need to unplug from technology and connect to something physical.

These recent paintings are a reflection of my deeply-set tendency toward perfectionism. You can see it in the strict application of paint, the tightness of the geometry, and the frenetic effect created by so many concentric lines. The work speaks abstractly to issues of mental health and codependent behavior. It also blends my graphic design sensibilities with the very modern need to unplug from technology and connect to something physical.

AaronWeinstein_Searching

"…Searching"

2020, enamel on wood, 36" x 24"

Orbit Painting by Aaron Weinstein

"Orbit"

2019, enamel on wood, 30" x 30"

2019, enamel on wood panel, 30" x 30"

Conflict Avoidant Painting by Aaron Weinstein

"Conflict Avoidant"

"Conflict Avoidant"

"Conflict Avoidant"

2020, enamel on wood, 30" x 30"

2020, enamel on wood, 30" x 30"

A hard look at myself

A hard look at myself

A hard look at myself

A hard look at myself

A hard look at myself

For as long as I can remember, I’ve buried uncomfortable feelings and mirrored other people’s emotions because it was easier than connecting with my own. This self portrait came at such an appropriate time. Painting it required me to scrutinize myself—to literally and figuratively get up in my face. The process helped me begin to accept uncomfortable emotions. As I look harder, more of my truth comes into focus.

For as long as I can remember, I’ve buried uncomfortable feelings and mirrored other people’s emotions because it was easier than connecting with my own. This self portrait came at such an appropriate time. Painting it required me to scrutinize myself—to literally and figuratively get up in my face. The process helped me begin to accept uncomfortable emotions. As I look harder, more of my truth comes into focus.

For as long as I can remember, I’ve buried uncomfortable feelings and mirrored other people’s emotions because it was easier than connecting with my own. This self portrait came at such an appropriate time. Painting it required me to scrutinize myself—to literally and figuratively get up in my face. The process helped me begin to accept uncomfortable emotions. As I look harder, more of my truth comes into focus.

For as long as I can remember, I’ve buried uncomfortable feelings and mirrored other people’s emotions because it was easier than connecting with my own. This self portrait came at such an appropriate time. Painting it required me to scrutinize myself—to literally and figuratively get up in my face. The process helped me begin to accept uncomfortable emotions. As I look harder, more of my truth comes into focus.

For as long as I can remember, I’ve buried uncomfortable feelings and mirrored other people’s emotions because it was easier than connecting with my own. This self portrait came at such an appropriate time. Painting it required me to scrutinize myself—to literally and figuratively get up in my face. The process helped me begin to accept uncomfortable emotions. As I look harder, more of my truth comes into focus.

Piecemeal Painting by Aaron Weinstein

"Piecemeal"

2019, enamel on wood, 18" x 24"

AaronWeinstein_Beacon

"Beacon"

2019, enamel on wood, 18" x 24"

AaronWeinstein_LetGo

"Let Go"

2019, enamel on wood, 36" x 24"

AaronWeinstein_Spun

"Spun"

"Untitled"

2019, enamel on wood, 16" x 16"

Untitled Painting by Aaron Weinstein

"Untitled"

"Untitled"

2020, enamel on wood, 16" x 16"

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