Aaron spent many years living and working in Japan which is wholly evident in his work.  His Yobitsugi style pays homage to the artisan craft of making whole a damaged vessel by skilfully adding sherds of pottery from other broken vessels.  In Aaron’s pieces he marries different clay body sections together with his wonderfully fluid and evocative painted surface designs.  There will be around two hundred pieces by Aaron included in the exhibition.  All pieces will be for sale both online and at the gallery (re-opening April 12th)