Aurelio Castaño is an active artist in the tri-state area. His work has been showcased in a number of local and national exhibitions. Inspired by his Andean background and working in a number of media, Aurelio creates a wide array of visually stunning pieces which can be worn or displayed.

Aurelio holds a Certificate in Applied Arts and Associates in Visual arts from The Westchester Community College and went on to receive a Bachelors in Visual Arts from Empire State College. He has been featured in local media and international media, the Larchmont Gazette, the Journal News; Univision 41 and The New York Times to name a few. In 2007 Aurelio’s life was portrayed in “Haciendo Patria”, a show on Colombia’s Caracol Network, which highlights successful Colombians abroad. Recently he has been featured in Bead & Button magazine where he contributes unique beading projects for the magazine’s subscribers. His jewelry will appear in 500 Rings published by Lark Crafts and Bead & Button’s Best Projects of 2011.

His work can be found at the Mamaroneck Artist Guild in Larchmont, NY, the Old Greenwich Arts association in Greenwich, Connecticut and other prominent local galleries. He founded “Grupo Artisto”, an arts program for Westchester day laborers and their families in Westchester. His beading courses are offered year round at the Westchester Center for the Arts in White Plains, NY (formerly the Westchester Arts Workshop). He is available for private instruction and/or functions.


About Aurelio

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