Name: Brett Amory
Time of day. Morning
Color. severes blue
Q1. Are you superstitious?
A1.When I want something
Q2. Best show you’ve ever been too?
Q3. What have you said you would never do, but have ended up doing?
Q4. Bathroom read?
Q5. Most Embarrassing Moment?
A5. Getting my pants pulled down while trying to be cool in front of two girls.
Q6. If you were a Transformer, what car/truck would you transform into?
Q7. What was your favorite cartoon when you were a kid?
A7.Tom and Jerry
Q8. What’s your vice?
Q9. When are you most creative morning, mid day, or evening?
Q10. You were slipped a radioactive roofie by an evil scientist and now have mutated, what’s your superpower?
A10.To be invisible.
Inspired by the waiting stranger Brett Amory captures the frozen moment of unique characters in what I see, as a temporary limbo. The ride on the train, waiting for the light to turn; where we are in the midst of point A and B. As I interpret the art, the abstract world that surrounds his more clearly painted characters is a questioning of place. There is no distinction, but the current situation of the waiting for life to go forward.
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