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I’ve entered the online competition Art Takes Miami which is part of Scope Art Fair in Miami. Please see the link below to my portfolio and if you like my work, please vote for my portfolio so that I may have a chance at winning the $2,500 People’s Choice Award and inclusion in the 1,001 Artists Project at SCOPE Miami this December. There is also a share button if you want to share with others on Facebook, Twitter & Tumbler.
My circles come alive in this series of 20 radial spinning constructions distilled from a personal methodology of kinetic dynamism. Each Radial Reduction allows me to experience freedom and move kinetically through my art, much like the Sufi Whirling Dervishes whose spinning dances bring them closer to spiritual bliss.
The series comprises 20 different designs (view virtual catalog below to see enlarged views of them all). Each design is a Limited Edition of 50, Archival Digital Print on Canvas, 24 x 24 inches, ready to hang gallery wrap stretched. They are being offered for sale for $395 each with free shipping. Special discount for 3 at $995.
Radial Reductions Virtual Catalog
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I can’t believe it’s been almost seven years since my art was first written about. As I continue to archive and organize, I realized I was not taking full advantage of all the tools that have come online to archive my work. So with that in mind, I’ve created this virtual interactive publication. It catalogs what has appeared in print and online about me and my art and self published work, from 2005 when I had my first solo exhibition, to the present. Each entry has an “eye” icon that links to the original online content. Among the newspapers and websites that have written about me are The Miami New Times, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, The Columbus Dispatch, Truthout.org, Art Digital Magazine, Seven Days Vermont, New York Hall of Science, Art & Sciences Collaborative, HOKlife.com, Voice of America, The Frost Art Museum and DisabledAndProductive.com.
This is an evolving publication and new entries will be added as new online content about my work is published. Click here to see publication.
Eight pictures chronologically through time, take you on my journey of transformation from Architect to Artist through the healing power of art. read publication
Jarod Aronson is an inspiring artist with muscular dystrophy but his disability doesn’t stop him from running his own business selling his humorous t-shirts featuring his original digital artwork created with Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop that conveys his unique sense of humor and point of view that is about living life to it’s fullest. He first created art the traditional way drawing by hand with pencils and pens but as the disease progressed and he couldn’t any longer, he began using digital technology, drawing with a mouse. Then, the ability to use a mouse wasn’t possible until he figured out how to use a track ball. There’s a great article, I highly recommend, that delves into more detail about his life and artistic process; Jared Aronson’s Story – an Amazing Young Man with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy on Disabled and Productive.
His website about page states:
Jared Aronson, the designer of all Madhouse Tees, was diagnosed with a form of muscular dystrophy at four-years-old. Though confined to a wheelchair and on a ventilator he continues to design and run Madhouse Tees. The passion Jared has for his company and product is fueled by his love for laughter and making others laugh too. Jared also wishes to educate the world about physical limitations by saying, “Just because you have a disability doesn’t mean you don’t have creativity and passion.
Check out Jared’s tee shirts on his cool website www.madhousetees.com and pick up a few tees just in time for holiday gifts.