Casey Baugh is a modern American hyperrealist whose works have occupied leading positions at international and national art contests for several years now due to the fact that the stunning realism of images on Cayce’s canvases is based not only on the technicality of oil painting, but also on the ability to write “live” , And not from photographs, as, in the main, modern hyper-realists do. Although Casey Baugh also sometimes writes using photos, but with no less mastery, he also writes from nature, catching and capturing on canvases, some very subtle nuances of turning the head, the position of the body, the view of the sitters, which allows him to achieve photorealism here as well . After the demonstration of his last cycle of portraits inscribed in the cityscape, Casey Baugh received from critics the nickname “The City Night Caster”.

 

 

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