In her most recent series of paintings Cleveland based artist Amy Casey takes familiar structures, largely typical urban and suburban houses and commercial buildings, and arranges them in the context of unfamiliar structures — strands of webbing, extended strings, coils of roads or walls — effectively reframing them and forcing us to look at them in a different way, to delightful effect.
Her colorful, graphically rendered compositions are full of movement and energy, though the subjects are objects seldom associated with movement.
Her online gallery is arranged chronologically. As you go back in time, you’ll find different variations on her themes, and get a sense of the development of her current direction.
[Via Escape Into Life]