阿龙·维森菲尔德在他梦幻般的画作中，描绘了年轻女性沉默沉思的场景。wiesenfeld艺术作品常常是在黄昏时，在光线柔和的环境中进行创作。年轻的女性安静地观察着周围的环境，或者在进入一阿龙·维森菲尔德在他梦幻般的画作中，描绘了年轻女性沉默沉思的场景。wiesenfeld艺术作品常常是在黄昏时，在光线柔和的环境中进行创作。年轻的女性安静地观察着周围的环境，或者在进入一个新领域的边缘徘徊。在Juxtapoz的采访中，Wiesenfeld描述了他是如 ▔=┓˙╔☉﹏ \︻-何发现和处理灵感的:灵感来自于任何地方。地点，记忆，电影，艺术等等。很多时候，我意识中闪现的东西可能会很快消失。
The Well, oil on ca˙☆﹏-╛▽ˊ∞o人nvas, 67 x 83 in.In his dreamlike paintings, Aron Wiesenfeld d/×▽╰ █｜＋ 】epicts scenes of young women in moments of hushed reflect˙ˉ△˙ˇ[↓＼╕。▄ion. Wiesenfeld’s artworks a￣↙˙【°╤˙b ╊re often set outside in softly illuminated environments at twilight or dusk. Youthful female figures quietly obse╝_ˋ╨⊥ˊ╧＋ rve their surroundings or are poised at the edge˙﹏^˙＋˙ˇ(︿ˇ▉ of entering a new realm. In an interview with Juxtapoz, Wiesenfeld describes how he finds and processes inspiration:Ideas come from anywhere… places, memories, movies, art, etc. A book c(╗ˇ﹏╰＋∥┛~ △alledArt and Fearsaid, ‘Notice what you notice.’ I thought that was great advice. So many times something that flashed by my consciousness might be lost just as quickly. There is a kind of discipline to saying, ‘Wait, there was something interesting there, what was it?’ Memory is so transitory… I want to get to my sketchbook as quickly as I can.Wiesenfeld studied at The Cooper Unionand ArtCent样板间设计er College of Designand currently resides in San Diego, California. His upcoming solo show will be atArcadia ContempoΘ˙‵╊▽ˇ┅ˇˊrary in New York in 2019. Wiesenfeld occasionally offers signed print editions of his paintings via his website, and he has a住宅风水lso published a book which compiles the last fifteen years of his artworks. You can stay up to date on new paintings and dˊ∥＋＋# o ︿╞(rawings viaInstagram and Facebook. (via Arrested Motion)Bunker, 2016, oil on linen, 32.5 x 44.5 in.Homecoming, 2014, oil on canvas, 26.5 x 34 in.Winter Cabin, oil on canvas, 30 x 41 in.Bride, 2014, oil on canvas, 26.25 x 39.5 in.God of the Forest, 2014, oil on canvas, 39.25 x 28 in.October, 2014, oil on canvas, 22.75 x 35 in.The Off Season, 2016, oil on linen, 26 x 33 in.Night Grove, 2016, oil on panel, 19 x 24 in.