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Aron Wiesenfeld Places His Somber Subjects into the Unknown

 - Jan 10, 2011   Updated: May 26 2011
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I'm really enjoying Aron Wiesenfeld's portraits; there's something wonderfully subtle about them.

Aron Wiesenfeld is a talented illustrator whose work often portrays females with somber faces in detached environments. His portraits brilliantly capture his subjects venturing into the unknown in moments of isolation. Aron Wiesenfeld's work may appear bleak, but there's something relaxing in each piece that will leave you wanting more.

Implications - The color palette in Aron Wisenfeld's illustrations is less than bright yet it gives each piece a realistic look. The illustrations are easily relatable in their somber moments. Wisenfeld has a great understanding of how to depict expression and a good example are these subdued and grey illustrated pieces.