Short Walls Gallery Now Displaying Sigils

RandyAragonShort Walls Gallery in Beacon will host Sigils by Randy Aragon through July 11.

Reminiscent of Rorschach imagery, Sigils is an exploration of symmetry and mathematical concepts seen in ancient Greece. Today, sigils are used for casting spells as well as the creation of thought forms; however, in Aragon’s work, the fusion of hard line angles, ink and watercolor portray what is an algorithmic design.

Aragon received his bachelor of fine arts in illustration from the Art Center College of Design and has worked with illustrators Gary Baseman, Marla Frazee and Jeff Smith. He will begin his master of fine arts studies at Yale University this fall.

Short Walls Gallery exhibits street, graffiti and counterculture art and shares space with Tastes Like Chicken Skateboard Shop at 380 Main St. in Beacon. For more information, visit tasteslikechickenskateshop.com or call 845-464-3230.


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