Aaron Iaquinto

Medium Walnut Serving Spoon

Black walnut, blue turquoise, copper dust

1.5 x 2 x 11.5 inches

Gathering in community and love is an essential piece of our human experience. With these precious moments we can break down barriers and share, laugh, and cry together. My work focuses on being an elevated accent piece to harmonize with rhythms of gathering in togetherness.

Aaron Iaquinto is a studio artist working in the River Arts District of Asheville North Carolina. He received a fine arts degree from East Carolina University and has taught a few workshops at Pocosin Arts. Aaron was part of the well received Spoonin’ show at The Grovewood Gallery in Asheville in 2019. He is part of Norman D. Stevens collection of nine inch spoons, of which is to be held at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA. The spoon Aaron made for Mr. Stevens collection is also featured in his book, An Appreciation of Spoons, published in 2017. Aaron was also a featured artist in the publication Asheville Made in March 2022.

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