From Portland, Maine and a graduate from The Maine College of Art, Jared Goulette has an extraordinarily diverse skill set. From geometric to organic, Jared pumps out new designs, canvases, and commission projects weekly. When using aerosol he uses a vibrant color palette and often splashes paint onto his work to express movement and energy within his pieces. Jared uses the digital world to push various interests in logo design, aerosol and traditional painting techniques, creating colorful new pieces that play with perspective.
If you ask Jared why he chooses Aerosol as his medium of choice he will tell you this; “Spray paint isn’t just SPRAY PAINT. Its the act of can control, and the subtle application of pressure. It’s the sound of Sunburst Yellow forcing its way through a New York fat cap with a quiet whisper. Its the smell of fresh paint in the air and the simple beauty of a crisp outline. Spray paint is a release. It is a chance to be completely taken by your creativity. To create something unique, something never created exactly like it before. Spray paint is raw and pure. It is only limited by the user, and can be pushed as far as the creativity of the person holding the can. The colors, the caps, the different types of paint, the fades and fumes and perfect transitions between colors. Spray Paint is more then just a medium, it is an outlet, an open door to a realm of infinite possibilities.”