Heather — Aron Wiesenfeld


Heather, 2016 by Aron Wiesenfeld (b. 1972)

1 thought on “Heather — Aron Wiesenfeld”

  1. I love the way he uses darkness. His work reminds me a bit of Hopper in the way the background seems to loom over the lonely figures. There’s almost a supernatural threat there. It’s the kind of darkness we fear as kids because it’s so deep and heavy that it can’t possibly be hiding something mundane


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