Kristin Casaletto’s art centers on socio-political challenges of twenty-first-century life in a super-power nation, addressing power imbalances (racial, economic, gendered) or perilous trends (nationalism, complacency) as perceived from her position within a working-class, mixed-race family. Her innovative approaches to drawing, painting, printmaking, and monumental scale investigate the complex relationships among corruption and redemption, justice and injustice.
The work dives deeply into both formalist and conceptual concerns to suggest multiple meanings. It alludes to the cumulative effects of history on the shape of contemporary society.
Summer plate lithography program, Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque, NM.
Waterless lithography workshop, Frogman’s, Vermillion, SD.
MFA, Painting with further emphasis in Printmaking, Western Michigan University.
MA, Art History, Michigan State University.
Graduate Art History, Universita’ di Firenze, Florence, Italy.
BFA, Drawing, Ball State University, Honors College.
BS, Physics, Ball State University, Honors College.
2022 Thunder, ArtPosts, Grand Rapids, MI.
2020 Premonition, Collins Gallery, Grand Rapids, MI.
2017 The Past Is Never Dead: Kristin Casaletto, Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA.
2016 Parable, New York Public Library, Muhlenberg Branch, Chelsea, New York, NY.
2014-2015 Parable, New York Public Library, Chelsea branch, New York, NY.
Parable, Muhlenberg Library, Chelsea, New York, NY.
Made in America, Green Chalk Contemporary Gallery, Monterey, CA.
2012 Etherredge Center, University of South Carolina, Aiken, SC.
2010 Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, Augusta, GA.
Voices & Visions: Kristin Casaletto’s Imagery as Social Commentary, GCSU Art Museum, Milledgeville, GA.
88 Square Feet: The Art of Large-Scale Woodcut, The Fire House Gallery, Louisville, GA.
2007 Woodcuts, Mary Pauline Gallery, Augusta, GA.
2005 Red Earth Soliloquy: Ruminations in Print, The Fire House Gallery, Louisville, GA.
2004 Mississippi Voices: Stories and Visions of the South, Museum of Art, Hattiesburg, MS.
1999 Unnamed Sources, M.FA exhibition, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI.
Fortune Five Hundred, installation, WMU.
Project Relocating Hope, installation, WMU and Florence, Italy.
1998 Leaving Limbo: Works on Paper, Terryberry Gallery, Grand Rapids, MI.
1988 Some Works, Courthouse Gallery, Muncie, IN.
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2022 Michigan Contemporary, Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, MI. Juror: Kira Nam.
Greene’s Stand-out Prints, Highpoint Center for Printmaking, Minneapolis, MN. Juror: William Villalongo.
West Michigan Area Show, Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, MI. Juror: Ed Fraga (award).
ArtPrize, at ArtPosts, Grand Rapids, MI.
2021 92nd Michigan Contemporary Art Exhibition, Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, Juror: Karen Hampton.
In Between, Lowell Arts, Lowell, MI.
Haunt, The Standard, Grand Rapids, MI. Juror: Michele Bosak, director, Urban Institute of Contemporary Art.
2020 Boston Printmakers’ Traveling Flat Files, SGCI, San Juan, Puerto Rico (April).
In Between, Studios, Inc., Kansas City, MO.
In Between, Constellation Studios, Lincoln, NE.
2019 91st Michigan Contemporary Art Exhibition, Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, MI.
Past & Present, Frames Unlimited, Grand Rapids, MI.
In Between, Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, Augusta, GA,
The Art Party, Green Chalk Contemporary, Hawthorne Mansion, Monterey, CA.
Party for Democracy, Green Chalk Contemporary, Hawthorne Mansion, Monterey, CA.
Boston Printmakers’ Traveling Flat Files, Southern Graphics Council International, Dallas, TX.
Printing Arts fair, Museum of Printing, Havermill, MA and Boston Print Fair, Cyclorama, Boston, MA.
Voices, Green Chalk Contemporary, Hawthorne Mansion, Monterey. CA.
2018 Good & Mad, Open Ground Studios, Seaside, CA; curated by Gail F. Enns and Denise Sanders.
ArtPrize X, Collins Gallery, Grand Rapids, MI.
Methodical, Pyramid Atlantic, Hyattsville, MD (first prize).
Group Show, Georgia Cyber Authority, Augusta, GA.
Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate, Includes NickCave, Faith Ringgold, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, et al; curated by Katie Knight. Traveling to Springville Museum of Art, Springville, UT, 1/17 to 6/2, Union Station Museums, Ogden, UT, June 15 to Sept. 3, Holter Museum of Art, Helena, MT, 10/5 to 12/30.
2017 Awakening, Kim Campbell Studios, Green Chalk Contemporary Gallery, Carmel, CA.
Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate, Museum of Art, Fort Collins, CO.
2016 2nd Annual Juried Exhibition, Athica, Athens, GA. Juror: Annette Cone-Skeleton, director, Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia.
FL3TCH3R Exhibit: Socially & Politically Engaged Art, Reece Museum, Johnson City, TN. Juror: Eric Avery.
Sense of Place, Honorable Mention, Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, Augusta, GA; Juror: Michael Rooks, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA.
Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate, national show traveled to Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery, CUNY, New York, NY, Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, Augusta, GA.
Group Show, Sechrest Gallery, Highpoint University, NC.
Pushing the Press: Printmaking in the South, organized by Georgia Museum of Art with the Lyndon House Art Center, Lyndon House Art Center, Athens, GA; Curated by Didi Dunphy.
2015 Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate, Living Arts, Tulsa, OK.
Fighting the Fires of Hate, UC Gallery, University of Montana, Missoula, MA.
2014 Artist Activist, Mary S. Byrd Gallery, Augusta, GA.
Annual Invitational, Green Chalk Contemporary Gallery Monterey, CA.
One, Manhattan Graphics Center, New York, NY.
Lo Spirito in Volo, Richmond Center for the Visual Arts, Kalamazoo, MI.
Speaking Volumes, Transforming Hate, Lewis-Clark State College Center for Arts and History museum, Redmond, WA.
Joseph Campbell: The Artst’s Way, collaboration with the Joseph Campbell Foundation, Opus Archives, Celadon Arts at The Carl Cherry Center for the Arts, Carmel, CA; Curated by Gail F. Enns.
34th Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition,Bradley Art Galleries, Peoria, IL.
Joseph Campbell: Nature, Myth & Art, Monterey Airport, Monterey, CA.
Woman, Town 220 Gallery, Madison, GA.
Woman Made,Redbird Gallery, Columbia, SC.
2013 Brilliant Art Show, Green Chalk Contemporary, Monterey, CA.
ONE, Green Chalk Contemporary, Monterey, CA.
2012 2nd National Etching Exhibition, New York Society of Etchers, National Arts Club, New York, NY.
Visual Politics: Art and the American Experience, Santa Cruz Art League, Santa Cruz, CA.
Day on Fire: Apocalypse in Contemporary Art, Slocumb Galleries, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN.
XLG: Living Large (two-person exhibition), Town 220 Gallery, Madison, GA
2nd National Print Show, Noyes Center for the Arts and One Horse Press, Evanston, IL.
MAPC Juried Members Exhibition, Arts Council of Southeast Missouri, Cape Girardeau, MO.
2011 New Acquisitions of Works on Paper, Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA.
Tempting Equilibrium, Des Lee Gallery, St. Louis, MO.
The Road to Equality: The 1961 Freedom Rides (two-person show with Libby Bailey), Greyhound Bus Station/Freedom Rides Museum, Montgomery, AL.
XLG, Town 220, Madison, GA.
2010 Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop Project Fellows Exhibition, EFA Project Space, New York, NY.
Prints: Now in 3D, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Minneapolis, MN.
Dream Prints/Mad Printers, Morris Museum of Art Education Gallery, Augusta, GA.
ASU Art Faculty Invitational, Hudgens Center, Duluth, GA.
(S)edition: Prints as Activism, Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, Grand Rapids, MI.
Delta National Small Prints Exhibition Purchase award, Bradbury Gallery, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR.
Salon des Refusees, Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Norwalk, CT.
2009 Generation (two-person show), The Fire House Gallery, Louisville, GA.
IconData 2009, Global Virtual Museum of Contemporary Graphic Art, SMGT, , April 2009-April 2010.
Sognando la Realta, Mya Lurgo Gallery, Lugano, Switzerland.
Identity, Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, CA.
Washington Printmakers National Small Works 2008, Washington Printmakers Gallery, Washington, DC.
Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate, Holter Museum of Art, Helena, MT. Travels to the following venues through 2010: Copper Village Museum & Art Center, Anaconda, University of Montana-Western, Dillon, Carbon County Arts Guild & Depot Gallery, Livingston, Custer County Art, Center, Miles City, Paris Gibson Square Art Museum, Great Falls, Mondak Heritage Center, Sidney, Emerson Center for Arts & Culture & the Helen E. Copeland Gallery, MSU, Bozeman, Montana Museum of Arts & Culture, Missoula, Yellowstone Art Museum, Billings, MT.
2008 Cascade Print Exchange IV, Corvallis Art Center, Corvallis, OR. Organized by Yuji Hiratsuka.
2007 Another View, In conjunction with Los Angeles Printmaking Society 19th National Exhibition, Weingart Gallery at Occidental College, L.A, CA.
31st Bradley International Print & Drawing Exhibition, Heuser Art Center, Bradley University, Peoria, IL
Industrial Identity: Developing the American South, Gallery RFD, Swainsboro, GA.
Black Line, Contemporary Arts Exchange, Macon, GA.
Adam’s Fault, Gallery 222, Augusta, GA.
Krakow Print Triennial, Stowarzyszenie Miedzynardowe Triennale Grafiki, Krakow, Poland; Curator: Katarzyna Wojtyga.
The Transferred Image, 33 Collective Gallery, Chicago, IL
Twenty-seventh Annual Paper in Particular National Juried Show, Columbia College, Columbia, MO.
Something about Soul, State of the Art, Augusta, GA.
2005 Intolerance, New Jersey Print Council, Somerville, NJ, (traveling exhibition).
2004 ASU Art Faculty Show, Fine Arts Center Gallery, Augusta State University, GA.
Cultural Crossroads, video screening, Port Gibson, MS.
Janet Turner National Print Competition and Exhibition, Janet Turner Print Museum, Chico, CA.
Tamarind Group, E.J. Bellocq Gallery, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, LA
Of Art & Artists: Recent Work from the ASU Art Faculty, Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, Augusta, GA, Southworks, Oconee Fine Arts Center, Watkinsville, GA.
2002 Digital Video Screening, University of New Castle, New Castle, Australia.
Juried Alumni Show, Atrium Gallery, Ball State University, Muncie, IN.
Fear-Fun, four-person collaborative multimedia installation and performance, The Multimedia Room, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI.
Starr Earthwork, thirty-seven-acre earthwork by the World Peace Art Initiative international collaborative group, Starr Commonwealth Campus, Albion, MI.
Points of View, Art Gallery, Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, Gautier, MS.
World Peace Artists Initiative (WPAI), international collaborative that creates large-scale public artworks and related peace activities in five member nations.
World Peace Artists Initiative Inaugural, Brueckner Museum, Albion, MI.
Roots Uprooted, multimedia digital book piece published in Peter Hyatt Middleton’s digital book Art and Education.
2000-1999 Mississippi Statewide Art Faculty Traveling Show, multiple venues.
1998 Counter/Fit, South Gallery, Kalamazoo, MI.
WMU Printmakers, Rotunda and South Galleries, Kalamazoo, MI.
1997 Ready for the Renaissance (commissioned to paint 12-ft. fresco mural and tempera painting), Grand Rapids Art Museum, MI.
Trajectories, Studio Art Centers International Gallery, Florence, Italy.
Settimo Concorso di Belli Arte, Galleria delle Carmine, Florence, Italy (2nd prize).
1995 Aquinas College Faculty Show, Aquinas College, Grand Rapids, MI.
1992 Earth, Air, Water, Sky, Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, MI.
1991 Arts Alive!, Chrysler Gallery, Grand Rapids, MI.
1988 Five Imagists Named Moe, Emmons Auditorium, Muncie, IN.
2022 Southwest Michigan Printmakers Award, West Michigan Area Show, Kalamazoo Institute of Art, Kalamazoo, MI.
Artist’s grant, Avenue for the Arts, Grand Rapids, MI.
2021 Top prize, Haunt show, The Standard, Grand Rapids, MI.
2018 Top prize, Methodical show, Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, Hyattsville, MD.
2017 Mayor Wade Troxell of Fort Collins, CO, issued a proclamation decreeing Jan. 20 the city’s official Transforming Hate day, in conjunction with the opening of the exhibition Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate at Ft. Collins Museum of Art.
2016 Honorable Mention, painting in Sense of Place, Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, Augusta, GA. Juror: Michael Rooks, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA.
Louis K. Bell Award, Augusta University’s top award for research excellence.
Pamplin Professional Impact Fund award, Augusta University (2)
2015 Pamplin Professional Impact Fund Award, Georgia Regents University
2012 Inducted into Phi Kappa Phi
2010 Purchase award, Delta National Small Prints Exhibition, Bradbury Gallery, Arkansas State
Univ., Jonesboro, AR. Juror: David Kiehl, Whitney Museum of American Art
2008-2009 Governor’s Teaching Fellows Program fellowship award (year-long program)
Chancellor’s Award (for research travel to Morocco and Spain)
2003 Outstanding Alumna Award, Western Michigan University
1996-1999 Western Michigan University awards: Walter Enz Memorial Award; University Dames Scholarship Award for Research Excellence, 1
1994 Outstanding Young Alumni Circle of Achievement Award, Ball State University
1984-1988 Ball State University awards: Outstanding Physics Student Award, Miller Physics Scholarship Award,
Departmental Honors in Fine Arts; Various awards to use for travel to China, South Korea, Hong Kong.
2022 Avenue for the Arts, Grand Rapids, MI
2019-20 Game Time, in support of contemporary art creation in Grand Rapids, MI
2018 Faculty Scholars, Office of Faculty Development & Teaching Excellence, AU
2014 Art research grant for Made in America exhibition travel, GRU
2012 Georgia Humanities Council grant: Linking Local Resources to World History.
2011 Porter Fleming grant: Contemporary Issues/Enduring Questions Community Dialogue.
Faculty Research & Development Grants (2011, 2005-2009, 2000-2003)
2007 Porter Fleming Grant, Georgia (for large-scale woodcuts)
2000-2009 Augusta State University grants: Faculty Research & Development Grants (2000, ’01,’02,’03,’05,’06,’07,’08, ‘09); Educational Technology Grants (2000, ’01,’02,’03); Reach Out Grant (2001-2002); Faculty Development Institute Award (2001-2002)
2000-2004 Mississippi Humanities Council Grant
2001-2004 University of Southern Mississippi at Hattiesburg, matching grant.
2001-2002 Faculty Colloquium (1-year, peer-to-peer research sharing program)
Campus Faculty Development Institute (1-year digital learning and grant program)
2000 Starr Commonwealth grant, to fund residency for World Peace Art Initiative
Parham, Roert R., Cover art for the book THE RELENTLESSNESS OF SALVATION, Snake Nation Press.
Snyder, Jeffrey B., PRINTMAKERS TODAY, Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., PA.
De Grazia, Diane and Barberson, Eric, et. al., ITALIAN PAINTINGS OF THE SEVENTEENTH AND EIGHTEENTH CENTURIES, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 2002. Contributing researcher.
Chotner, Deborah, et. al., AMERICAN NAIVE PAINTING, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, 2002. Contributing researcher.
Contributing researcher, Wheelock, Jr., Arthur, DUTCH PAINTINGS OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.
Pushing the Press: Printmaking in the South. Georgia Museum of Art in partnership with the Lyndon House Art Center, Athens, GA
Fl3tch3r Exhibit: Socially & Politically Engaged Art, Reece Museum, Johnson City, TN.
Joseph Campbell: The Artist’s Way, published by Celadon Arts.
34th Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition, Bradley Art Galleries, Peoria, IL.
Dixie Icons: Re-Visioning the Dixie Myth. Fire House Gallery, Louisville, GA.
Road to Equality: The 1961 Freedom Rides, Alabama Historical Commission.
Delta National Small Prints Exhibition, Bradbury Gallery, Arkansas Stat University, Jonesboro, AR.
20/20 Vision: The Art of Contemporary University Printmaking II, The Fire House Gallery, Louisville, GA.
20/20 Vision: The Art of Contemporary University Printmaking, The Fire House Gallery, Louisville, GA.
Speaking Volumes Transforming Hate, Holter Museum of Art, Helena, MT.
4th International Cascade Print Exchange, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR.
21st Parkside National Small Print Exhibition, Communication Arts Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Kenosha, WI.
31st Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition, Bradlley University.2006 Southern Printmaking Biennale, North Georgia College and StateUniversity, Dahlonega, GA.
Delta National Small Prints Exhibition, Bradbury Gallery, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR.
Southworks, Oconee Fine Arts Center, Watkinsville, GA.
Burnaway’s Best of 2016: Exhibitions, Burnaway, Dec. 20, ’16,
Watts, James S.D., Living Arts of Tulsa Exhibit Shows Hate Turned into Art, TULSA WAY, online ed., Jan. 1,
Adams, Lucy, Arts Alive in Madison, AUGUSTA MAGAZINE, p.60, 4/12.
Freedom Riders Get Place in History 50 Years Later, ASSOCIATED PRESS, NEW YORK TIMES, 5/20/12.
Artwork at the Freedom Rides Museum, MONTEGOMERY ADVERTISER, 5/15/12.
Christian, Amy, Lady Justice, METRO SPIRIT,1/6/10.
Kimelman, Molly, Weighty Topics: UICA Exhibits Tackle Timely Social Issues, GRAND RAPIDS PRESS, Grand Rapids, MI.
Plocha, Ashley, Scratching the Surface: Casaletto Carves Meaningful Art, VERGE, 1/10 issue.
Artistic Look at Hate, HELENA INDEPENDENT RECORD, Helena, MT.
Kidston, Martin J., Shedding Light on Hate, HELENA INDEPENDENT RECORD, 1/21/10.
Ugliness into Art: Holter Exhibit Transforms White-Supremacy Literature intro.
Donahoe, Emily, Works of Art, HELENDA INDEPENDENT RECORD, p. A8, 1/24/10.
Kovac, Jr., Joe, Words Weave Their Way through Visual Art Exhibit in Milledgeville, MACON TELEGRAPH, 3/21/10.
Galvin, Kathleen, Kristin Casaletto—Stretching the Limits, THE DOWNTOWNER, Louisville, GA, p. 3, Vol. 4, Issue 5.
Quadrino, Carlo, Intervista con Kristin Casaletto, Artista e Docente d’Arte all, Augusta State University in Georgia, 6/19/07.
GENOMARTART (), Salerno, Italy.
Walmsley, Elizabeth and Obethaler, Elke, Technical Studies of Painting Methods, essay in Bellini, Giorgione, TITIAN AND THE RENAISSANCE OF VENETIAN PAINTING, reproduction of Casaletto’s infrared reflectography for catalog, Board of Trustees, National Gallery of Art, Washington, and the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria.
Revelation’s Death on a Pale Horse Sprawls across the Heavens in Kristin Casaletto’s Woodcut, AUGUSTA CHRONICLE, color photo.
Art Series Brings Up Topic of Religion, AUGUSTA CHRONICLE, 8/12/06, color photo.
Norton, Virginia, Justice in the Works: Civil Rights-era Murder Inspired Artist’s Series, AUGUSTA CHRONICLE, 8/12/06, Interview & five color images.
Lember, David S. and Fraser, Rolland, Landscape Art: How Geographers and Artists Can Collaborate in the (a) Field, YOU ARE HERE: THE JOURNAL OF CREATIVE GEOGRAPHY, Summer/06.
Bellantoni, Ralph, Transcending Intolerance: Juried Show at Printmaking Council Examines Blight of Bigotry, COURIER NEWS (New Jersey).
SOUTHERN POETRY REVIEW MAGAZINE, Summer 2005, cover image.
Howard, Parish, Red Earth Soliloquy: Ruminations in Print, NEWS AND FARMER/ WADLEY HERALD/ JEFFERSON REPORTER, 9/8/05. Review, 3 color photos.
Gallery Hosts Exhibit of Prints Depicting Difficult Southern Themes, NEWS AND FARMER/WADLEY HEARALD/JEFFERSON REPORTER, 9/8/05, color photo.
Garvey, Jim, Small Gifts of Hope, AUGUSTA MAGAZINE, pp. 17-22, 4/04.
Johnston, Mandy, The Fine Print, SYNTHESIS, 2/6, Chico, CA.
Eli & Edyth Broad Art Museum, E. Lansing, MI.
GCSU Museum of Art, Milledgeville, GA.
Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA.
Kalamazoo Institute of the Arts, Print Study Collection, Kalamazoo, MI.
Library of Congress Fine Art Print Collection, Washington, DC.
Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA.
Arkansas State University, Print Collection, Jonesboro, AR.
Augusta University, Permanent Collection, Augusta, GA.
Ball State University Print Study Collection, Muncie, IN.
Blue Mountain Center, Blue Lake, NY.
Georgia Technology Authority corporate collection, Augusta, GA.
Hambidge Center for the Arts and Sciences, Rabun Gap, GA.
Kalamazoo Book Arts Center, Kalamazoo, MI
La Serena Vineyards, Montalcino, Italy.
Louisiana State University Print Collection, Baton Rouge, LA.
Mississippi Humanities Council, Jackson, MS.
Northern Illinois University Print Collection, DeKalb, IL.
One Horse Press, Chicago, IL/Saugatuck, MI.
Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR.
Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop Archive, New York, NY.
Southern Graphics Council Archive, University, MS.
Studio Art Centers International, Florence, Italy.
SMTG, Krakow, Poland.
University of North Dakota Print Collection, Fargo, ND.
Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Amherst, VA.
Western Michigan University Prints Collection, Kalamazoo, MI.
SELECTED CURATORIAL WORK
2022-2019 Big Fish Gallery, Grand Rapids, MI (founder, director).
2017 Drawing & Its Peripheries. (co-curator, with Amelia Salisbury, and catalogue
essayist). Two-state traveling show: Ann & Ellis Johnson Gallery, Jessye
Norman School of the Arts, Augusta, GA and Armory Gallery, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA.
2010 Dream Prints/Mad Printers. (curator & participant) Morris Museum of Art.
Education Gallery, Augusta, GA
2008 20/20 Vision: The Art of Contemporary University Printmaking, (curator, catalogue
essayist, & participant) The Fire House Gallery, Louisville, GA.
2007 Adam’s Fault. (curator & participant), Gallery 222, Augusta, GA
2006 Imprints and Oil Spots. (curator & participant) Fire House Gallery, Louisville, GA.
Kristin Casaletto exhibits nationally and internationally and has shown with such artists as Nick Cave, Betye Saar, Sue Coe, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, and Faith Ringgold. She has won awards, grants, and residencies from Pyramid Atlantic Art Center (DC), the Georgia Humanities Council (Atlanta), the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop (NYC), and numerous others. Her art is held in university and museum collections such as the Library of Congress in Washington, DC, and the Edith and Ely Broad Museum of Art in E. Lansing, Michigan. Recent solo shows were exhibited in New York City, Monterey, California, and at the Georgia Museum of Art in Athens, Georgia. She holds an MFA in painting/printmaking (Western Michigan University), MA in art history (Michigan State), BFA in drawing (Ball State), BS in physics (Ball State). She is a fulltime artist based in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Despite her base in Michigan, Casaletto’s work maintains a strong presence in California. Casaletto has had a solo show in Monterey, participated in California group shows at museums and galleries once every eighteen months on average over the last fifteen years, and has enjoyed a long affiliation with Green Chalk Contemporary and the Los Angeles Printmaking Society.
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