May 24 - June 28, 2008

Casey Hanrahan creates dynamic large-scale wall reliefs based on geometric patterns of circles and radial lines that reflect, refract, and illuminate. Using non-traditional art materials, his work deals with the relationships, properties, and measurements of surfaces and lines, reflecting a world closely related to industrial and architectural design.

Casey Hanrahan received a BFA from California Polytechnic Pomona. His work has been shown at POST and the Brewery in Los Angeles, the Robert V. Fullerton Art Museum at California State University San Bernardino, the Spurgeon Building and OCCA in Santa Ana, California. He works, lives, and surfs in Orange County, California.