Today is the 58th Presidential Inauguration and we say goodbye to the Obama family after 8 years. Here are some of our favorite art works from the past 8 years to commemorate his presidency.
Artist Rob Pruitt painted a painting every day of Obama’s presidency (nearly 3,000 works of art!).
We couldn’t leave out the influential artwork that was used as campaign posters for Obama, reminding us to believe in hope and change in the world.
This painting is by Maria Arango and reminds us that we all need to band together no matter the color of our skin.
This painting was created with used motor oil and recycled into art by David Macaluso.
This painting by Elizabeth Peyton reminds us that we are not only thanking Barack, but also his entire family.
The Aaron Gallery would like to say one final time: Thanks, Obama.