From Monday 10th January Humphry’s Café in The Highams Park will be featuring a exhibition of some fantastic paintings by local artist Aaron Goshine.
Please see below for a short bio about Aaron and some examples of his work.
Aaron is a talented water colour artist with a strong sense of spatial awareness and an eye for the subtle qualities and variations in colours and tones. He has a well-developed sense of visual storytelling while using allegories and symbolism. He paints to bring about pleasure and well-being to both self and recipients of his work.
Aaron holds qualifications in the visual arts with computer sciences and mathematics. He has completed multiple courses regarding the qualities of colours and their harmonies, which is evident in his work.
Aaron was born in Jamaica where he won several national art competitions and had the privilege of being mentored by a number of great artists including Sir Barrington Watson, Prof. Ralston Milton “Rex” Nettleford, and Tony Wilson. Aaron has taken inspiration from a long list of great English and world renowned watercolour masters such as Willam Turner, John Singer Sargent, Alvaro Castagenet, Joseph Zbukvicv, Andrew Pitt, and Ray Campbell Smith.