“There is an acute connection between clay and other crafts that I strive to enhance,” says sculptor Aaron A. Harrison. “Whether it be sewing, knitting, crocheting, or cooking, I hope my pieces can tease and extract that inner desire to create that resides in each one of us.” The son of an architect father and artist mother, Aaron quickly gravitated toward all things creative. LEGO towers gave way to kindergarten art contest wins, which eventually drove him to pursue an MFA in ceramics and sculpture. Today, Aaron works out of his 500 square foot studio in upstate New York where he sculpts, paints, and packs each individual piece himself.
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