The paintings of Brammer’s “Futura Obscura” series merge the timeless imagery of the seascape with a style inspired by the unique metallic coloring of early photographic images from the 1830s called daguerreotypes. Brammer infuses a distinctly nostalgic feel into many of the pieces by incorporating antique gauges, salvaged wood, and other aged materials, while he paints others to give the illusion of folding like a Japanese screen, obscuring the line between two-dimensional and three-dimensional perception.

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