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I look at you and I really see myself by Kasey Jones
Hidden Inside the Stacks of light by Kasey Jones
Portrait of a young lady in gold and pink by Kasey Jones
Ball of Confusion by Kasey Jones
Secondary, Primary Playing together in Light by Kasey Jones
Crossword of lght,cool xcolors by Kasey Jones
The act of self-immolation by the Hindu queen,Surya, to save herself from being dishonoured by Kasey Jones
Cool/hot Lighting Great sconce color wheel Wall Light Cool Lighting Cool Wall Lights by Kasey Jones
tentacles of light by Kasey Jones
Franken-Jones by Kasey Jones
Sarah in Stone by Kasey Jones
Regarder les detectives vous regarder by Kasey Jones
oh les vaches et leurs culs by Kasey Jones
The Howling Cassette/orange by Kasey Jones
Breath/ respire en bleu by Kasey Jones
Wing Nut Brass Manekin by Kasey Jones
forest circle trapped installation by Kasey Jones
Off kitchen Nook by Kasey Jones
Interior design, Blue living room by Kasey Jones
frozen lies by Kasey Jones
Millenial Prom Dresses by Kasey Jones
Split Circle Tree Table by Kasey Jones
Lone Ranger_ Tonto killed Batman by Kasey Jones
service de verre plats congeles by Kasey Jones
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About Kasey Jones
Born in Dallas, TX in 1966, Kasey graduated from Lake Highlands High School where she lettered in five varsity sports. She played for the Sting soccer club from 1978 to 1985, winning four U-19 National Championships, including the Womanâ€™s World Soccer Championship in Xian, China in 1984. The first Women's World Cup where she was named MVP most valuable player and World Champion.
Kasey holds a MFA Visual Arts from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY and a BA Department of Dramatic Art from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she attended on a full womanâ€™s athletic scholarship winning two NCAA National titles.
Kaseyâ€™s first encounter with art occurred when, at the age of three, her mother enrolled her in art classes at Southern Methodist University. Later that same year she entered two of the works in the Texas State Art Fair, where she won co-first prize with a ninety three years old grandmother.
When asked why she chose art as a career, she had this to say: â€œIn the obsession of the creative act itself, one is relatively warm and safe. Memory comes, not as a cloudy distraction, but as an enveloping otherness. In the dark, vague hallway to everywhere, we find the source of our pain, the causes of separations and the reasons for reconstruction. It is because of this need to reconnect that I make art.â€