Most of Aron Wiesenfeld paintings are about the changing period of young people, portrayed in a poetic, mysterious and allegorical way. Years of life conducive to questioning and decision-making. « It’s a universal thing, but it’s most pronounced in teenagers. They are asking themselves essential questions: Where do I belong? What is the meaning of home?  Will I ever be safe?  Am I created by our culture, or do I create myself? », says he. A sweet melancholy comes out of these subjects at the crossroads, in their solitude, often at the edge of the discovery of a new perspective. The obtaining of these works results from a work with oil painting and charcoal. Often, the painter draws his inspiration from the « mood of a certain place that appealed to him ». The atmosphere he offers us next, offer us an easy immersion.

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