Casale Fine Art

Art from the adventures of Jordan Casale
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Golden Light
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Yellow Fields
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Village 1
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Golden Light
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Yellow Fields
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Village 1
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Golden Light
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Yellow Fields
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Village 1
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Works

About Myself

Jordan loves to learn. Jordan was raised in Littleton, Colorado in the shadow of the foothills. He and his family moved to Goodland 4 years ago to embrace a more community focused life. Jordan has been painting for 5 years, but his history with art stretches back much farther. He hopes to express the beauty of God’s creation in a singular moment that normally remains elusive and passes too quickly.

Clients

client-face Peggy Gardine Collector

I purchased this 16x20 oil painting by Jordan Casale. It is of a bridge with buildings behind it. The painting reminds me of Europe because the buildings look like German apartments, especially the building in the rear. The colors blend well with each other and fit my decor perfectly.

client-face Millie Lacey Collector

I bought this painting because it looks exactly like the picture of home I carry in my head, only made concrete. The colors and light coupled with the brush style give it a blurry, dreamy quality that matches my memories exactly. This painting captured a feeling of peace and wholeness for me that home represents, and every time I look at it I feel that emotion all over again.

client-face Callee Miller Collector

I purchased this 16x20 oil painting by Jordan Casale. It is of a bridge with buildings behind it. The painting reminds me of Europe because the buildings look like German apartments, especially the building in the rear. The colors blend well with each other and fit my decor perfectly.

client-face Josh Dorn Collector

I purchased this 16x20 oil painting by Jordan Casale. It is of a bridge with buildings behind it. The painting reminds me of Europe because the buildings look like German apartments, especially the building in the rear. The colors blend well with each other and fit my decor perfectly.

client-face Samantha Philbrick Director of High Plains Museum

Jordan Casale painted a farm mural for the High Plains Museum. The mural highlights the four most common crops grown in our county: wheat, corn, sorghum or milo, and sunflowers. This mural is part of the renovation of the farm exhibit and will help tell the story of Sherman County farming in greater detail.

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