Born in Forbes 1961, Kasey began painting at the age of 17 in 1978, and has painted professionally since 1980. He is a member of a noted family of artists. Kasey is renowned for his mastery of Light & Atmosphere.
Australian Galleries representing Kasey Sealy
- Katoomba Fine Art
98 Lurline Street, Katoomba, NSW
Telephone: 02 4782 1220
- Sutherland Art Gallery
685 Princess Hwy, Sutherland, Sydney, NSW
Telephone: 02 9521 2592 – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Art Nuvo Boutique Gallery
25 Gloucester Road, Buderim, QLD 4556
Telephone: 07 54562445
- Bandamora Gallery
Telephone: 02 6944 2852
- Purple Noon Gallery
606 Terrace Road, Freemans Reach, NSW
Telephone: 02 4579 6579
- Without Pier Gallery, Melbourne
Piano Nobile Gallery
129 Portland Road, Holland Park, London, United Kingdom
Telephone: 020 7229 1099 – Email: email@example.com
New Zealand Gallery
International Art Centre
272 Parnell Road, Auckland, New Zealand
Telephone: 09 379 4010 – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ann Long Fine Art
54 Broad Street, Charleston, South Carolina, USA.
Telephone: 843 577 0477 – Email: email@example.com
2009 – Katoomba Fine Art, Blue Mountains, NSW – The Figure
2008 – Katoomba Fine Art, Blue Mountains, NSW
2008 – Sutherland Art Gallery, Sydney, NSW
2008 – Graydon Gallery, New Farm, Brisbane, Qld
2007 – Katoomba Fine Art, Blue Mountains, NSW
2007 – Sutherland Art Gallery, Sydney, NSW
2007 – Cooks Hill Galleries, Newcastle, NSW
2006 – Piano Noble Gallery, London, UK
2006 – Graydon Gallery, New Farm, Brisbane, Qld
2006 – Old Fire Station, Kiama, NSW
2006 – Glen Eira City Council Art Gallery, Melbourne, Vic
2006 – Old Berowra District Hall, Berowra, NSW
2005 – Piano Nobile Gallery, London, UK
2005 – Old Berowra District Hall, Berowra, NSW
2002 – McKenzie Gallery, Perth, WA
2002 – Piano Nobile Gallery, London, UK
2000 – Bruce Watling Gallery, Gold Coast, QLD
2000 – Piano Nobile Gallery, London, UK
1999 – Piano Nobile Gallery, London, UK
1997 – Piano Nobile Gallery, London, UK
1996 – Gallery, Bribie Island
1991 – Prouds Gallery, Sydney
1990 – Sealy Studios
1989 – Prouds Gallery, Sydney
1988 – Sealy Studios
1988 – Showcase Gallery, Darwin, NT
1987 – Sealy Studios
1987 – Barry Newton Gallery, Adelaide, SA
1986 – George Styles Gallery
1985 – Prouds Gallery, Sydney
1984 – George Styles Gallery
1983 – Prouds Gallery, Sydney
1980 – Turner Gallery, Orange, NSW (First exhibition)
1980 – Began painting professionally
1978 – Began painting
1961 – Born Forbes, NSW
(Numerous minor prizes not mentioned here)
1991 Bega Caltex Award
1991 Wyong Rotary Prize
1992 Camberwell Art Prize
First prize $10,000 · Gold Medal
1992 Royal Easter Show, Sydney
1998 Royal Easter Show, Sydney
1999 Royal Easter Show, Sydney
2003 Dubbo Art Show
First prize $5,000
2008 Box Hill Art Show
Best Oil $1,000
2009 Camberwell Art Prize
First prize $20,000 · Gold Medal
2009 Bright Art Show
2010 Bright Art Show
2011 Camden Art Prize
2011 Port Stephens Art Show,
First prize, (Seascape section)
2011 Ryde Art Show,
Kasey has been commissioned by the American Australian Association to provide works, painted and presented as awards to Greg Norman and Andrew Liveris, President of Dow Chemical Co USA, and Paul Anderson, ex-CEO BHP and present CEO of Duke Energy in America. Commissions for 2007 include Chip Goodyear, ex-CEO BHP & James McInerney, Vice President of Boeing Air USA.
A book of paintings was published in 1993 and has since sold out. He has produce five educational DVD’s, which include two Dvd’s filmed in Crete.
Kasey’s paintings have been offered as major prizes on popular quiz shows “Sale of the Century” and “The Price is Right” on Channel Nine.
He has held four Solo Exhibitions in London and has been represented in major art fairs in London, including “Olympia” 2002, where a record price of £18,000 was established for a major canvas.
His articles are regularly published in Australian Artist Magazine and International Artist.
Kasey has studied and painted in many countries including the UK, France, New Zealand, USA & Italy – particuarly Venice.. He still takes regular painting trips around Australia, as his love of the Australian bush is very much the source of his inspiration.
He was previously a regular lecturer at Charles Sturt University in Bathurst, but now holds tutorials for Art Society members throughout Australia, and holds his own home tutorials for individuals in his studio. He also teaches art at the Fine Arts League of Asheville in the USA. He also judges art shows.
Kasey maintains his drawing skills by attending Life Drawing sessions on a regular basis.
Hobbies include, playing tennis, occasional fly fishing, collecting and “tasting” wine – (especially Shiraz) and viewing and collecting Fine art. He also likes to take advantage of the beautiful bush trails around his home in Berowra for the occasional stroll.
Kasey states: “My work is a direct influence of the impressionist style of painting with a direct hand-eye co-ordination in front of the subject trying to capture the subtleties of mood, light and atmosphere while always trying to avoid any formulation, sentimentality and cliche’, giving the individual viewer a unique visual experience every time.”
Kasey is a true artist, and does not betray his love of creativity. He is always drawn to particular subjects for the fleeting magic they hold at the time, and never only for a commercial benefit. But it is always a source of excitement when astute art lovers appreciate and value his work.