Associate Professor, Painting & Drawing
Aaron has taught drawing and painting at Tulane since the fall of 2006. His classes are aimed at providing the drawing and painting student with an expansive vocabulary in communicating their personal concerns, posing formal elements as the gateway to conceptual considerations of the work. Aaron's personal work traffics more in glimpse, suggestion, or fragment than in chronicle, consonant with daily experience and our understanding of the world. His paintings aim to communicate the beauty found in what is incomplete.
New American Paintings 15th Anniversary Edition, December 2009
New American Paintings 82nd Ed., June/July 2009