Brandon Fuller “Absquatulate” 
Whalley Avenue, Westville Village
“Absquatulate” Copper, Acrylic, Spray
This work was conceived in old Art Deco Miami, as an experiment in color, since the oxidation of the copper will make for a shifting palette over time. The iris, however, will retain its warm brilliance, as the rest begins to resemble its surroundings. The eye establishes a recursive relationship or loop with the beholder.
 
 Brandon Fuller collects skills like Lewis’ Martin Arrowsmith, but never got around to medicine. He works with all of the materials. He lives with his beautiful family in New Haven, CT, the place to be.