A Diary in Art

Robert Aronson first began to study printmaking at Nicolet High School in Milwaukee, in 1968. He continued his studies at Carnegie-Mellon University and received his BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1975. During his 30 years in Detroit, he has worked with Susan Campbell at the Center for Creative Studies and the late Stanley Rosenthal and Mary Rousseaux, an artist that has also worked as Bob’s mentor at Wayne State University, where he continues to create artwork today. In his professional career, Aronson served for 20 years as the Chief Executive Officer of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit. Currently, he is the Chief Development Advisor for the Federation. 

“Landscape As Portrait offers a very unique and compelling body of work,” says Mary Rousseaux. “The show traces Bob’s journey as a printmaker over five decades, while also reflecting his enduring interest in history, memory and the meaning of place.”

Source: https://thejewishnews.com/2018/08/16/a-dia...