Aaron Chang Ocean Art Gallery in Solana Beach celebrates second anniversary

The award-winning Aaron Chang Ocean Art Gallery is celebrating its second anniversary and now exclusively carrying world-renowned photographer Aaron Chang’s work.

“We now have a much bigger space to showcase larger pieces, and we’ve introduced recycled eco-art, weather-resistant metal photography ideal for outdoor decorating, and surfboard art sculptures.” said Aaron Chang, photographer and owner of the Aaron Chang Ocean Art Gallery. “This also allows us more flexibility in the events we host and the direction of our growth. We have exciting plans for our future and have already implemented some of them, such as an art a leasing program, and complimentary virtual mock ups so our clients will know how the art looks in their space before they purchase it.”

The Aaron Chang Ocean Art Gallery is located in the Cedros Design District at 415 S. Cedros Ave. in Solana Beach. It features the photographic art of world-renowned photographer Aaron Chang in high impact, large format photographic prints of waves, surf shots and many other exotic images collected from a lifetime of traveling as well as recycled eco-art, surfboard art and fountain fish tank sculptures.

To view Aaron Chang’s work, visit  www.aaronchang.com or stay current on gallery events with Facebook at www.facebook.com/aaronchanggallery or follow on Twitter at theaaronchang.

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