12 x 10 in. (30.5 x 25.4 cm.)
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The Bronx in the 50 & 60s was an amazing place. Endless action at night and all we wanted to do is drive around be seen and hang out. I didn’t want anything to change in my life. I’m sorry I didn’t keep the Buick.
Oil on canvas panel, 2021
20 x 20 in. framed
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About Larry Aarons
An original “Creative Ad Mad Man.” Larry Aarons is a true native New Yorker growing up in a very tough neighborhood “very close to Fort Apache in the South Bronx.” Where he learned to survive because of his art. “I began my life as an artist. Although it took some diversions when my kindergarten teacher took away my crayons. I guess I did more with those crayons than what the teacher wanted but my true artistic nature always called to me. Back in the 60s as I floated through the “Purple Haze” of studying at The School of Visual Arts in NYC I trained under some great painters Harvey Dinerstein, Milton Glaser among many others. I graduated from SVA in […]Read More