This RUN includes a 1 inch white wood frame with UV-glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware.
"Most of what gallery visitors see is the final curated finished pieces in a clean well lit room. Carpe Diem gives visitors the opportunity to view the entire process from blank canvas to completion. The idea behind the show is that each piece is created at the gallery by the artists in 24 hours. The gallery chose a date and each artist was given a 4ft x 8ft panel and a 24 hour window in which to make their pieces. This year it started at 8am March 29th and finished at 8am on March 30th. The gallery was open to the public the entire time. There was a lot of interaction, not only between the artists, but also between the public and the artists. This is the second year lOAKal has done this show and we plan on continuing and growing it." - Eddie Colla
ABOUT Brett Amory:
Born in Chesapeake, Virginia in 1975, Brett Amory is descended from a long line of visual artists and musicians. He studied at the Academy of Art from which he received a BFA in Fine Art in 2005 and was recipient of two major awards given by the school: The Student Choice Award for 2004 and Second Prize in landscape painting for 2003. He is the recipient of a gold medal from Online Artists Interviews, an international juried art competition (2009). He graduated from the Academy of Arts in 2005. Brett began working on the painting series entitled “Waiting” in 2001. The series depicts the urban individual’s yearning for presence and the seeming impossibility of attaining it. The paintings portray commuters in transit immersed in either a quiet, even hopeful state or, alternately, an anguish of unfulfilled anticipation.
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