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Featured Art by Aaron Carretti

Aaron Carretti is an artist based in Los Angeles, California. He has a reductive, graphic style that combines the magic of traditional painting with the iterative nature of design. He builds his pieces slowly with a variety of techniques to create dimension, separation and rhythm. In all his work, he strives to create and celebrate his love of genuine beauty.

He is currently working on his newest body of work, set to debut in 2021. You can follow his latest pieces, updates and news on Instagram.

Online portfolio: aaroncarretti.com

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