Interview with Island Studio Holder Rachelle Aaronson
We caught up with resident Island artist Rachelle Aaronson who recently held her exhibition ‘Looking Up, Looking Down’ at The Vestibules. The exhibition followed Rachelle’s photographic journey. Starting with `looking up’ to manmade structures that dominate our skylines then ‘looking down’ to the more ephemeral objects, the perspective eventually developing into `involuntary` sculptures.
How lucky to have stumbled upon this! Love the concept of involuntary sculpture – anything can be art, looking up or down. The responses are fantastic too. Thank you for guided tour!Charlotte
Listen to our interview with Rachelle here.
Included in the exhibition was a creative response to the photographs from founder of Floriography, Vera Fallacy.
The Exhibition took place at The Vestibules, Bristol between Friday 21st October between 11.30 am – 6.30 pm
“Some beautiful colours + angles. I though the responses highlighed aspects of the photography in interesting ways that made you take more time viewing them, very glad I found the time to visit.” – Sophie
“Beautiful. Wonderful pictures and the floral interpretations are fascinating. My favourite is the plane coming home” – Diane
“What a lovely exhibition. Love the abstract looking down – or are they looking up? pieces. And thought provoking floral sculptures. Thank you for sharing your work” – Jen & Adam
“What an intriguining collaboration, really liked the juxtaposition of photos + floral sculptures, especially of London places I recogniosed. The florals caught something of the photos, without explanation. Lovely!” – Penny
“How lucky to have stumbled upon this! Love the concept of involuntary sculpture – anything can be art, looking up or down. The responses are fantastic too. Thank you for guided tour!” – Charlotte
You can catch Rachelle next at Redcatch Christmas Market or find out more and buy her work from https://www.rachelleaaronsonartistphotographer.com/