Established in 1985, The Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum's Artist-in-Residence program has drawn some of the world’s most celebrated artists. They are selected on the basis of their artistic ability and promise, and on their commitment to the museum’s mission to protect and conserve wildlife and its habitats. In March 2011, the board selected Aaron for the museum's 5th artist-in-residence. He moved to Oradell, New Jersey in January 2012, to focus on artwork. The residency has given Aaron the opportunity to not only explore new techniques in painting, but to also pursue sculpture and bronze work, for which he exhibits a natural talent. Aaron's role at the Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum further defines him as one of the top emerging wildlife artists in the field today.

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