Amy Casey’s Latest Impossible Architectural Paintings

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An architect of the impossible, Amy Casey (featured back in Hi-Fructose Vol. 7) uses houses as building blocks for her compositions. Her acrylic paintings on panel and paper stack buildings in geometric arrangements rendered in an earthy color palette that gives these structures an almost organic character. These whimsical cityscapes appear to teeter as if on the verge of toppling over, playing with the viewers’ sense of stability. Amy Casey has a solo show coming up in the spring at Zg Gallery in Chicago. Stay tuned for news on her new blog and take a look at some of her latest works below.

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