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Brett Amory – ‘White Light’

If you've picked up our latest issue, Volume 20, you've likely seen the feature we did on fine artist Brett Amory. Amory's abstract figurative work has been enjoying a considerable amount of success lately with shows at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York City and Lazarides' Outsiders Gallery in London. This weekend will celebrate the return of Amory to Northern California as he will be presenting an all new body of work at Anno Domini Gallery in San Jose. Hi-Fructose correspondent Shaun Roberts recently visited Amory's Oakland studio to get a further look at his new work.

If you’ve picked up our latest issue, Volume 20, you’ve likely seen the feature we did on fine artist Brett Amory. Amory’s abstract figurative work has been enjoying a considerable amount of success lately with shows at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York City and Lazarides’ Outsiders Gallery in London. This weekend will celebrate the return of Amory to Northern California as he will be presenting an all new body of work at Anno Domini Gallery in San Jose. Hi-Fructose correspondent Shaun Roberts recently visited Amory’s Oakland studio to get a further look at his new work.

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