Mr. Brill has focused on the human figure for more than 30 years. In that time he has created over 300 different broze figures. His work has evolved from a strict academic style to a loose and flowing potrayal of how he observes the changing nature of the human experience.
Q. When did you first discover that art would be an important part of your adult life?
A. "Art as always played an important part in my life. Growing up in New York and going to museums as a child, the progression to doing this as a profession has been natural." Q. How has society influenced your art? Are there any social implications in your art?
A. "Not consciously."Q. On average, how long does it take you to create a piece?
A. "I work on many pieces all at the same time. Doing big bronzes means that from start to finish many of the pieces take from 18 months to 2 years and more sometimes."
Q. Why did you choose the medium(s) that you use?
Q. Do you have any 'studio rituals'? As in, do you listen to certain types of music while working? What helps to get you in the mood for working?
Q. What can you tell our readers about the art scene in your area?