Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel
Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.


Aaron Farley and Joshua Schaedel’s collaboration started from a place of sharing experiences from their past to draw inspiration from in the hopes to grow.

Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel
Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.

 

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Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel
Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.

Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel
Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.


 

Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel
Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.

Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel
Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.

Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel
Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.

Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel
Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.

Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel
Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.

Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel
Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.

Reflection - Bakersfield College w/ Josh Schaedel
Reflection - Bakersfield College w/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.


Aaron Farley and Joshua Schaedel’s collaboration started from a place of sharing experiences from their past to draw inspiration from in the hopes to grow.

Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel
Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.

Aaron Farley and Joshua Schaedel’s collaboration started from a place of sharing experiences from their past to draw inspiration from in the hopes to grow.

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Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

 

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.

Aaron Farley and Joshua Schaedel’s collaboration started from a place of sharing experiences from their past to draw inspiration from in the hopes to grow.

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Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel
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Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel
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Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel
Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel
Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel
Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel
Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel
Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel
Reflection - Bakersfield College w/ Josh Schaedel
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Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.


Aaron Farley and Joshua Schaedel’s collaboration started from a place of sharing experiences from their past to draw inspiration from in the hopes to grow.

Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.

 

Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.

Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.


 

Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.

Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.

Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.

Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.

Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.

Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.

Reflection - Bakersfield College w/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.


Aaron Farley and Joshua Schaedel’s collaboration started from a place of sharing experiences from their past to draw inspiration from in the hopes to grow.

Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

Even though becoming the best versions of ourselves is nearly impossible, we must reflect to truly see ourselves, as is the way to know someone or something is to see your reflection in them.

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.

Aaron Farley and Joshua Schaedel’s collaboration started from a place of sharing experiences from their past to draw inspiration from in the hopes to grow.

Reflection - Bakersfield College - W/ Josh Schaedel

 

Upon their first meeting two years ago they began work on their first body of work titled “Yield”, which dives head first into the exploration of construction materials as a means to dissolve both their history working in construction and the potential that raw construction materials can be a source for new and unexpected possibilities. In this iteration of their collaboration the artists are asking the viewers to go on a journey with them of personal growth as they explore conversations of therapy, self-realization, meditation and it’s manifestation through art.

Aaron Farley and Joshua Schaedel’s collaboration started from a place of sharing experiences from their past to draw inspiration from in the hopes to grow.

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