Casey Cook created four works of art for the exhibition Area 919: Artists in the Triangle. Three are large sculptures made of cardboard, glue, wood and paint. One is a painting on cardboard. All are part of a body of work inspired by landscapes that the artist saw from a very small airplane. Find out more about Casey Cook’s work in this video. Portrait of Casey Cook by J Caldwell.
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