Paint is my metaphor for life: both are really messy. At the same time, both can be beautiful. Making little excuse for what comes out of the tube, I build my images with exposed brush strokes, thick drags of paint, and occasional drips and spatters. I allow the medium to speak through the different kinds of marks it lends itself to. The "messes" I create (and bring to order) are meditations of light, atmosphere and harmony. Aaron Caycedo-Kimura
Aaron Caycedo-Kimura's paintings have appeared in gallery exhibitions and other venues throughout Connecticut, including the John Slade Ely House in New Haven, the Westport Arts Center in Westport, the Flinn Gallery in Greenwich, the Betty Barker Gallery in New Canaan, the Fisher Gallery in Avon, and City Lights Gallery in Bridgeport. Aaron is the recipient of numerous awards, including "Best in Show" recognitions for his work.
Aaron was born in Santa Rosa, California, and relocated to the East Coast to earn a Master of Music at The Juilliard School in New York City. In the years following graduate school, he shifted his focus to visual art. Aaron has studied at the Silvermine School of Art in New Canaan, CT, and now lives in Boston, Massachusetts, with his wife Luisa.