Amy Casey, Connecting the City, 2018
Amy Casey highlights the transit network as a support system for the city and its growth, transporting commuters to their destinations. The detailed work depicts iconic buildings, landscapes and greenery, while the maze-like roadways with buses and subway trains weave in and out of the metropolis. Connecting the City celebrates the beauty of the journey in an interconnected transit network
Amy Casey has exhibited her work regionally and nationally with solo shows in numerous cities including New York City and Chicago. Casey, a painter and printmaker, currently resides in Cleveland, Ohio.
Measures 29 inches x 46 inches (LxH); Printed on Glossy Paper Stock; Ships Rolled in A Poster Tube
|What's the Story||This poster was commissioned by MTA Arts & Design and was displayed throughout the subway system. The Poster Program commissions artists each year to create artwork that celebrates the city and its transit system. Posters are displayed on platforms throughout the city’s 468 subway stations and sold to the public at the Transit Museum Stores. The Program provides illustrators and other artists the opportunity to reach a broader public, while expressing the people, places, and purpose of the transit network with visual appeal and variety.|