While waiting at the admission desk at the New Britain Museum of American Art, I kept looking out of the corner of my eye at the security guard stationed near the entrance to the gallery space. There was something about him. He . . . didn't . . . move.
Security Guard is a 2006 sculpture by Marc Sijan. When I saw that name, I remembered that I had posted a photograph of some of Sijan's super-realistic works at a Florida outdoor art show about two years ago. Here is a link. (The black and white stripes are a 2005 work by Sol Lewitt, whose works you have seen here multiple times before.)