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Artist Statement


In my paintings, I have been trying to find stability in a landscape with no land. How can we find our footing in a world that seems to be constantly shifting? Cities are fascinating creatures, the work and organization that goes into a city is creation and evolution; the constant adaptations and the sometimes hidden history of these changes are things I like to think about. Following a long interest in how things come apart, I've lately been focusing more on community ties and the security (or illusion of security) needed to nurture growth. Burgeoning cities of a sort are beginning to fill in the voids in my paintings. As in life, with a sort of trial and error, some efforts work better in making the whole precarious heap hum. I am consistently fascinated by the resilience of life and our ability to keep going in the face of sometimes horrendous or ridiculous circumstances. My paintings celebrate this fascination and my love of the urban landscape.


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Born in Erie, PA, Amy Casey began studying art at the School of the Performing and Visual Arts in high school, and went on to focus on painting at the Cleveland Institute of Art. While there, she received a fellowship to the Yale Summer School of Art and Music in Norfolk, CT. Since earning her BFA in 1999, Casey's enjoyed a fellowship at the Vermont Studio Center, was artist in residence at Zygote Press in Cleveland in 2006 and, in 2007, was awarded an Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Award. In 2009, she was awarded the Cleveland Arts Prize as an emerging artist and CPAC's Creative Workforce Fellowship, also in Cleveland. Casey is represented by Zg Gallery in Chicago and Michael Rosenthal Gallery in San Francisco. She lives, paints and makes etchings in Cleveland with her rambunctious but perfect cats, Frankie and Wanda.