In the Galleries: Casey Childs | Relics

by Matthew Innis |

Casey Childs is a painter of contrasts, and not in just the way he skillfully manipulates the positions of light and dark in his pictures, nor just in the way he masterfully juxtaposes textured patches of thickly-applied paint against sections of pigment barely whispered upon the canvas.  Childs is a painter of contrasts because . . .

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