Troy Brown’s work delves deeply into elements of memory and how those memories impact our abilities to move through life. Troy examines not only the fluidity of memory, but also its seemingly untapped power to impact everyday life as an artist first then individual.
Through this work, Troy seeks to expand his research as he visually ponders his own memories, their origins and connectedness to reality, destiny, and dreams.
Visit www.artistrytbrown.com for more information.
The First Monday Gallery Night opening reception will be held on July 2, 2018 from 6p.m.-7p.m.
Throughout July 2018
Saul Alexander Gallery at Charleston County Public Library – Main Branch (68 Calhoun Street)