Moving between the extremes of ‘trompe l’oeuil’ and abstraction, Sam Cady is nationally known for his shaped canvases that closely follow the shapes of actual objects. His familiarity with coastal subjects allows Cady to create icons that show the viewer the world from an acute perspective.
Solo exhibitions include the Mary Ryan Gallery in NYC, Howard Yezerski Gallery in Boston, Fujii Gallery in Tokyo, Japan, Castelli/Goodman/Solomon Gallery in East Hampton, NY and the Caldbeck Gallery.
Collectors of his work include the Addison Gallery of American Art, Chase Manhattan Bank, Chemical Bank, the DeCordova Museum, the Farnsworth Art Museum, Fidelity Bank, IBM, Peabody-Essex Museu
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