Connor Bryan Amen is a South Texas based artist having studied at Savannah College of Art and Design and then from the University of Texas at San Antonio from where he earned his BFA

degree. His Jewish/German heritage play

greatly on the inspiration of his work,

dealing with gentrification, anti-Semitism,

and other racial stigmas throughout

our world and how they affect

each other and produce social

hierarchy’s. He deals primarily with the

format of portraiture and uses this

to further aid in the physical

connection between his work and

the public as we connect each other.

His work has been included in shows

not limited to but including, New York,

Corpus Christi, San Antonio, and for such

clients as the director of Neiman Marcus

San Antonio, Credit Human Southtown, and

Second Saturday in San Antonio.