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The Wonderfully Weird Paintings of Aaron Jasinski Aaron...

The Wonderfully Weird Paintings of Aaron Jasinski

Aaron Jasinski (Previously: One - Two) resides near Seattle, Washington with his wife & 4 children. He grew up in in a family of musicians & the love of music is a major influence on his visual art. His paintings often feature musical, pop-culture & nostalgic references peppered with social commentary & whimsical creatures.

“I think all great art says something about being human. Artist & audience work together to discover what is being said. What we each gain from experiencing art is as unique as our personalities. My hope is that when you look at my paintings you will conjure up your own stories & surprising discoveries.”

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