Drawing and Painting is presenting four upcoming talks by visiting Alumni Artists. Each year graduates are invited to give an artist talk and meet with our fourth year students throughout the year.
Please bring your classes to Central Hall, room 230 on Tuesday November 7 Aaron Li-Hill will speak from 12-12:45. All are welcome!
Aaron Li-Hill is a Canadian visual artist currently based out of Brooklyn, who employs painting, illustration, stenciling, and sculptural elements within his works. With a background in graffiti and mural painting and a degree in Fine Arts, his works range from smaller multiples to enormous murals that explore industrialization, scientific breakthrough, people versus nature and information saturation. He incorporates found objects and unconventional materials to structure complex multi-layered pieces that are as aesthetic as they are thought provoking. Li-Hill possesses a BFA from OCAD and has travelled and shown in countries such as Australia, Thailand, Myanmar, Mexico and China. He has had works shown in such national institutions as the National Gallery of Victoria, The Art Gallery of Ontario and the Portsmouth Museum of Art in New Hampshire.
Venue & Address:
100 McCaul St.,
Central Hall, room 230