June 5, 2003—July 5, 2003 | Reception Thursday, June 5th, 6-8PM
Through painting and sculpture, Casey Keeler has created a variety of works including stalagmite landscapes, comprised of hundreds of bite-sized blocks, as well as paintings of organic structures composed of luscious saturated color. The objects, though appearing to be rooted in abstraction, subtly reference the organic such as plant life, cell division or landscape. The paintings are constructed using a wet-on wet technique. The sculptures are created by carefully layering various colors of paint to build form and structure.