Aaron Plaat

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Aaron Plaat
    • whisper

      I called this piece “Whisper” because it carries the theme of the dynamics in the image. Black/white, quiet/loud, peaceful/turbulent. In spite of the name, you can see the character is clearly not whispering. “How are you doing?” “I’m doing great! How about you?” Sound familiar? As I’ve gotten older, I’ve…

    • remember

      Where are your eyes first drawn when they see this painting? I created this piece to show a mixture of order and what first appears to be chaos. Beginning from the top of the piece, I used horizontal lines to indicate the element of space. Moving to the right side…

    • Canvas Gallery Wraps

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      A perfect addition to every room! Our standard canvas is made from a finely textured artist-grade cotton substrate which consistently reproduces image details with outstanding clarity and detail. .: 100% Cotton fabric.: Closed Back.: Build with a patented solid support face.: High image quality and detail.: For indoor use

    • Canvas Gallery Wraps

      $54.71

      A perfect addition to every room! Our standard canvas is made from a finely textured artist-grade cotton substrate which consistently reproduces image details with outstanding clarity and detail. .: 100% Cotton fabric.: Closed Back.: Build with a patented solid support face.: High image quality and detail.: For indoor use

    • dahlia

      $199.00

      I’ve found that artwork can be very one-dimensional when viewed without context. What changed my perception of art was when I saw a piece and was able to connect with the story of the artist. That being said, this is my favorite piece of artwork that I’ve created to date.…

    • vyper

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      This piece is about breaking free from the bondage of shame and humiliation that originates from within the message of christianity: “You need to get saved to go to heaven.” Well, you only need to be yourself to go to hell. The very idea of hell insinuates that you aren’t…

    • New York

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      I painted this piece while sitting in a friend’s apartment in New York City. Looking around the space, I wanted to make a painting that was reflective of the environment – and her. One of life’s greatest treasure is friendship. Now in our 30’s, the two of us have known…

    • hades

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      The Greeks believed the underworld; the land of the dead, to be ruled by the god “Hades”, which eventually became the name of the location, itself. When I began painting, I started to see many expressions of my Dad emerge through the artwork. On the right side of this piece,…

    • Cain

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      In the biblical tale of Cain and Abel, god finds more pleasing the sacrifice of one of the brothers. The preference results in the slaying of the brother by the disgraced other. It never really sat well with me that a supernatural being would be bound to a preference -…

    • machina

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      As a child, I had a very vivid imagination. Often, it would lead me through long afternoons, spent waging miniature battles with green army men – weaving elaborate stories and plots as the pieces charged across the battlefield. This imagination sometimes took me to some dark places. There were many…

    • Arjuna

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      In the Bhagavad Gita, the epic of Arjuna is told. Over 700 verses describe the dialogue between warrior and Krishna – though the tale is ultimately the dialogue between a man at war with himself.  I identified a lot with this tale. For most of my life, I’ve been aware…

    • Indigo

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      One of my favorite things about art, is the ability to create beauty from what sometimes appears to be destruction. For most of my pieces, I spend a lot of time being unhappy with the piece. Often, I have fears and doubts that surface when I look at a canvas…

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