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BIOGRAPHY - Todd M. Casey B. 1979

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“I’m going to go paint. What else would I do?”  That’s how Todd Casey describes the work that has absorbed him, one way or another, since his childhood in Lowell, Massachusetts. Born in 1979, Casey and his older brother both showed an early talent for drawing, and the natural competition between the two boys spurred them to work at being the “best” artist throughout their school years. Their parents, whom Casey notes “couldn’t draw a straight line”, encouraged them, recognizing that their sons’ abilities as artists might well be the foundation for future careers.

The historic cultural environment of Lowell also offered Casey examples of successful artists and writers. Although it is widely known as a major textile center, Lowell was also the birthplace of James McNeill Whistler (1834-1903) and the Beat poet and novelist, Jack Kerouac (1922-1969), both of whom are celebrated by the city today. In fact, the Whistler House Museum of Art, the painter’s birthplace, is now an active cultural center for the visual arts in the Merrimack River Valley, and the sponsor of an annual exhibition in which Casey has participated since 2007. Growing up surrounded by these nineteenth-century buildings and a lively cultural scene nurtured his curiosity about historic artifacts and stories.

Like many young boys, Casey was equally fascinated by sports, in his case basketball, which he played in high school. After graduation in 1997, however, his mother wryly pointed out that the NBA wasn’t in his future and that he should “do what comes naturally”, meaning that his talent for drawing was much more likely to offer career options. Throughout his junior high and high school years, Casey had consistently won awards for his art, so he rather casually decided to submit an entry to the National Arts Caucus competition shortly before graduation. The result was a first place award, and a trip to Washington, D. C. where he met Congressman Marty Meehan of the 5th Congressional District of Massachusetts, and received the award in a ceremony honoring his work. For the young artist, this was not only an “awesome moment” but a turning point in his decision to pursue art as a career.

That fall, he and his older brother both entered the Bachelor of Fine Arts program at the Massachusetts College of Art. One of the benefits of the college was its proximity to the Museum of Fine Arts, where all students received free admission. There, Casey was introduced to an encyclopedic range of art, but found himself intrigued by the work of Jean-Léon Gérôme (1824-1904), one of the leaders of French academic painting in the mid-to-late nineteenth century. His interest in this type of painting has remained a theme throughout his career, and ultimately, became the foundation for his current work. Following his graduation in 2001, Casey headed for New York City, where a friend was living, and determined to make a career for himself in the art world. Not surprisingly, his first job was as a waiter, but he worked his way into a position with the Ralph Lauren Corporation as a computer artist. Looking back on it, Casey comments that the deadlines were always crazy and the work was rarely satisfying, but that he gained a clearer understanding of working in the corporate world.

In 2005, after a year and a half of corporate life, Casey moved to San Francisco to study animation at the Academy of Art University. It was there that he met Warren Chang (b. 1957), a narrative realist painter who taught at the university. Chang not only exemplified a new way of thinking about contemporary painting, but he also introduced Casey to the work of other painters with similar approaches, including Jacob Collins, Anthony Ryder and Max Ginsburg. For Casey, it was as if “a door opened up” onto a world that involved work that was far more meaningful to him. By 2006, he left the Academy of Art University, having discovered that animation was “too much of an assembly line”, and returned to Lowell to consider what he wanted to do next. Despite his move back to the east coast, Casey has remained in contact with Chang, who continues to be a guiding influence on his career. 

Having decided to return to New York, Casey realized that he first needed to pick up the things he had left in San Francisco. With the Bay Area as their destination, Casey and a friend set out on a road trip to the west coast with a list of artists that he wanted to visit along the way. In the process, he made new friends, introduced himself to new colleagues, and provided himself with an education in contemporary realist painting that he could not have obtained in any other way. By 2007, he was back in New York and  back at Ralph Lauren Corporation to pay the bills. It was during this second stint at Ralph Lauren that Casey met a co-worker named Gina who was very supportive of his career as an artist. Four years later, they were married, and as Casey notes, “she still encourages me to paint.”

During these years, Casey studied with a variety of artists in order to absorb as much as possible about different approaches to realist painting.  Max Ginsburg (b. 1931) was especially influential with his alla prima approach to painting, as well as his subject matter, which typically features figures who reveal the social conditions of working people. Casey studied with Ginsburg both at the Art Students League and privately; he has remained an important guide in Casey’s development as a narrative realist artist.

In contrast, Casey was equally fascinated with the academic approach to painting as exemplified by Jacob Collins’ Water Street Atelier. This exclusive studio, which accepts only fifteen students each year, required an intense commitment to training in traditional methods of drawing, painting and sculpting. Rather than using the alla prima method which involves the direct application of paint to canvas and the manipulation of various colors while they are still pliable, the Water Street Atelier approach was based on the classical academic technique of building up layers of paint by allowing each one to dry before applying the next.  For Casey, “the world began” here as he learned the academic methods that would allow him to paint in the narrative realist style.

By 2009, Casey also began studying privately with Carlos Madrid (b. 1950) who deepened his understanding of color theory, and encouraged him to reflect more deeply on the meaning of his still-life paintings. As students, young artists are often given collections of still-life objects to draw or paint as exercises in learning to look carefully. For mature painters, however, the still-life becomes a collection of meaningful artifacts brought together to convey specific ideas; Madrid has been, and continues to be, instrumental in supporting Casey’s exploration of these increasingly discerning insights.

In 2010, Casey began teaching in order to cover his living expenses. His first foray into art education began with a short-lived project—the Guild Atelier for Narrative Painting in Brooklyn—that he developed with his former instructor, Camie Davis Salaz; while continuing his education during the day, Casey taught studio classes at night. Today, he teaches an online class at his former school, the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, accepts private students, and conducts workshops throughout the Northeast.

As he has developed his own voice as a realist painter, Casey’s work has received an increasing amount of attention. His paintings have been shown in galleries from Baltimore to San Antonio to Asheville, North Carolina as well as in New York, and of course, at the Whistler House Museum of Art in Lowell. In addition, he continues to receive awards, most recently the Aileen and Manuel de Torres Award for Still Life from the prestigious Salmagundi Club in 2013.

Casey perseveres in his study of traditional painting, taking workshops with more experienced practitioners in the field and maintaining his long-standing dialogues with Chang, Ginsburg and Madrid. Although his current focus remains still-life imagery, Casey comments that he is interested in exploring figural painting as well.

His approach to narrative realism is to create a mood and a sense of connection with the objects he portrays. As he explained this concept in the December 2012 issue of The Artists Magazine in a discussion of his award-winning painting: “I wanted to convey the loneliness of the particular objects in Bottles with Book and Letters, but I didn’t want to be too descriptive, so I left it to the viewer to interpret the narrative.” This desire to evoke a story and a mood in the viewer is what distinguishes Casey’s contemporary narrative realism and positions his historical methodology in the context the twenty-first century.

Janet Whitmore, Ph.D.

AVAILABLE WORKS
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Brass Pot with Clementines, Study
Oil on panel
5 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
The Entomologist
Oil on panel
12 x 18 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Autumn
Oil on panel
9 x 12 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Bowl with Limes
Oil on panel
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Anejo Tequila
Oil on panel
6 x 9 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Strawberry Daiquiri
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Foo Dog
Oil on panel
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Tequila Shot
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
The Proper Beast - Italian Sausage with Wine
Oil on panel
6 x 9 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Stock Ticker Study
Oil on panel
6 x 8 inches
Signed; also signed and titled on the reverse
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Death in the Afternoon
Oil on panel
12 x 12 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Mezcal Shot
Oil on panel
5 x 5 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Red Headed Slut
Oil on panel
5 x 5 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Rum Punch
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
BJ Shot
Oil on panel
5 x 5 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Blue Kamikaze
Oil on panel
5 x 5 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
White Wine Sangria
Oil on panel
12 x 9 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Octoberfest
Oil on panel
10 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Against the Wind
Oil on canvas
36 x 28 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Another Story
Oil on canvas
18 x 24 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Violin (Study)
Oil on panel
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
The Green Fairy
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
Sold Works
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Clementines with Bronze Pitcher
Oil on panel
10 x 16 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Cape Codder, 2
Oil on panel
12 x 9 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Bloody Mary 5
Oil on panel
9 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Silver Bowl with Lemons
Oil on panel
6 x 9 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Silver Bowl with Limes
Oil on panel
9 x 12 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Bloody Mary 6
Oil on panel
9 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Figs
Oil on panel
6 x 9 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
The World Traveler
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Martini
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
And To Hold
Oil on panel
9 x 12 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
To Have
Oil on panel
9 x 12 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Beer and Wine
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Gin and Tonic
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Bloody Mary
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Limoncello, 4
Oil on panel
6 x 7 5/8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Dirty Martini, Red
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Old Forester, No. 1
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Old Forester, Royal Blue
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Old Forester, Deep Purple
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Old Forester, Ocean Blue
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
The Entomologist
Oil on panel
6 x 9 inches
Signed; also signed and titled on the reverse
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Columbia Study 2
Oil on panel
11 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Mezcal
Oil on panel
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Sake
Oil on panel
6 x 9 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Dirty Martini
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Death in the Afternoon - Study
Oil on panel
6 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Western Union Stock Ticker
Oil on panel
15 x 17 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Garlic Peppercorn
Oil on panel
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Manhattan
Oil on panel
10 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Margarita
Oil on panel
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Plymouth Cheese & Red Wine
Oil on panel
17 3/4 x 23 3/4 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Gin & Tonic
Oil on panel
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Screwdriver
Oil on panel
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Cheese and Wine
Oil on panel
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Midori Sour
Oil on panel
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Where Inspiration Often Begins
Oil on panel
7 x 12 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Yoda Tiki
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Star Wars Tiki
Oil on panel
11 x 14 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Lemon Drop Martini
Oil on panel
9 x 12 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Fireball Whiskey
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Pina Colada
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Blue Cheese & Port Wine
Oil on panel
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Sake Bomb
Oil on panel
9 x 12 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Strawberry Daiquiri
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Take a Shot
Oil on panel
6 x 9 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Long Island Iced Tea
Oil on panel
9 x 12 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Old Fashioned
Oil on panel
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
The Art of Mixology
Oil on panel
24 x 36 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Kamikaze
Oil on panel
5 x 5 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Jack and Coke 2
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Side Car
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Bar Study
Oil on board
8 x 12 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Moscow Mule
Oil on board
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Blanco - Day of the Dead
Oil on board
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Bloody Mary #3
Oil on board
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Patron Silver
Oil on board
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Dirty Martini
Oil on board
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Limecello
Oil on panel
8 x 10 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Bar Study 1
Oil on board
6 x 9 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Mint Julep - Bulleit
Oil on panel
10 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Reposado - Day of the Dead
Oil on board
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Limoncello
Oil on panel
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Orangecello
Oil on panel
8 x 10 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Jack & Coke
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Sour Apple Martini
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Bloody Mary
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Tequila Negro
Oil on panel
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Cosmopolitan
Oil on board
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Study with Lobster
Oil on board
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Cape Codder
Oil on board
9 x 12 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Teapot with Cherries and Pear
Oil on board
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
East Meadow
Oil on board
8 x 10 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
The Shamrock 2 study with Hendricks
Oil on board
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Old Fashion
Oil on board
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Incredible Hulk
Oil on board
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
El Dia de los Muertos - Blanco
Oil on board
9 x 12 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
A Perfect Evening
Oil on board
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Birth of a Kamikaze
Oil on canvas
18 x 24 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
White Wine
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Limoncello
Oil on panel
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Moscow Mule
Oil on panel
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Sapphire & Tonic
Oil on panel
7 x 5 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
El Dia de los Muertos
Oil on board
8 x 10 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Acorn Squash
Oil on canvas
9 x 14 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Red Roses
Oil on panel
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Tequila
Oil on panel
6 x 8 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Moscow Mule and Postcard
Oil on board
8 x 6 inches
Signed; also signed and titled on the reverse
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
The Shamrock II, Study
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
The Great Escape
Oil on canvas
47 3/4 x 35 3/4 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Globe with Pipe
Oil on panel
11 x 15 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Union Jack, Study 2
Oil on board
8 x 6 inches
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Ulysses Butterfly
Oil on panel
6 x 8 inches
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Cosmopolitan
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Union Jack
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Manhattan
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed; also signed and titled on the reverse
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Magic Hat
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed; also signed and titled on the reverse
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Electric Martini
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed; also signed and titled on the reverse
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Bloody Mary
Oil on panel
6 x 8 inxhes
Signed; also signed and titled on the reverse
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Red Wine
Oil on canvas on board
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Mojito
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
The Shamrock
Oil on canvas
30 x 27 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
The Shamrock (study)
Oil on board
7 1/2 x 6 3/4 inches
Signed with initials
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Gorch Fock (Study)
Oil on board
6 3/4 x 7 1/2 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Bottles with Books and Letters
Oil on canvas
9 x 17 inches
Signed and dated '11
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Rana Esculenta
Oil on canvas
20 x 15 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Side Car, Study
Oil on panel
8 x 6 inches
Signed
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Todd M. Casey
B. 1979
Shackleton's Dilemma, Study
Oil on panel
6 x 8 inches