Aaron Voigt works with recycled metal materials out of a private studio in Mesa, Arizona. His found objects are welded, and they fit into charismatic robots and functional art work. As a second generation welder, his craftsmanship allows his art to thrive from our discarded past and live on for other generations. His mentors over the years shared their love and skills for the trade and he plans to continue that tradition. Voigt’s love for early science fiction robots and transportation of the ’50s and ’60s is reflected in the components of his pieces. By preserving natural shapes and patinas, his work maintains the components of rich history and past lives. His art comes from a place of joy and roots of industrial strength.
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Our goal on this international giving day is to raise $25,000 for our resilience-building art activities. Will you help us reach our goal? Your support allows us to continue providing children in our community the opportunity to express themselves artistically and learn coping skills.
We are also excited to announce that we have received an incredibly generous dollar-for-dollar match up to $15,000! With this generous match, and when we achieve our goal, we will have made $40,000. Make your gift early, and have that amount doubled, through this match!