Art In America

Amy Casey

at Foley,
97 Allen St.

Cleveland-based Amy Casey's intricate paintings on paper and board depict urban environs in playful disarray. Buildings are strung together like train cars, only to be tangled into messy knots with bridges and roadways; whole neighborhoods are supported by belt- or straplike red brick roads. 

 

 

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