Casey Inch


Casey  Inch

My recent work is an examination of our current relationship to the sublime in nature and the threat of its disappearance through natural or manmade disasters. I create compositions that reference landscape, borrowing from the formal language of 19th century American landscape paintings and their concern for the rapidly disappearing wilderness that is our only real antiquity. The surface becomes a container for light, atmosphere, and a space that is at once built and broken down as a reflection of the fragility of the natural world and a reminder of all we have to lose.

358 Putnam Ave. #4
Brooklyn, NY 11216