Piece description from the artist
Little Peconic Bay is one of a series of bays that divide the North Fork and South Fork of Long Island. It can have depths of over 80 ft and, along with Great Paconic Bay, is part of a tidal estuary system that was once bountiful with clams, oysters and other sea life.
Aaron was born in Toronto, Ontario and lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He has an MFA in Photography from Pratt (2007), an MA in Media Studies from the New School (2004), and a BA in Philosophy from Cornell (2000). In 20011 he was selected for the “NURTUREart Benefit Group Show” at Bernarducci Meisel Gallery in New York, and the Time Equities Inc. ‘Art-In-Buildings’ group exhibit, “Into the Light,” at Dufferin Liberty Centre in Toronto. In 2012 Aaron received a ‘Boomerang Fund for Artists Grant,’ and in 2011 was awarded the ‘Curator’s Choice Award’ by Guggenheim Museum Associate Curator Nat Trotman at the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition exhibit, “Wide Open 2.” Aaron's photographic practice is rooted in a love of travel and exploration, and his work reflects a preoccupation with form, color and the subtle juxtapositions to be found in both urban environments and natural landscapes. Along with his photography Aaron works for a non-profit archive of 20th century European and Russian history.
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