Working in Italy, Mexico, and California, Jill Casty now focuses on
unique sculptures with ensembles of brilliant, colorful fused glass and
various metals. Earlier, in the United States, her career focused on the
creation of large-scale works for public places, both civic and commercial.
 

In Italy:
     Presented in solo and group exhibitions in:
Pietrasanta at Galeria La Meridiana and Galeria Carla Castellana;
in Pisa at the Commune’s La Scala sopra la Logge and the Palazzo Limonia;
in Cenaia at Punto Vetro; in Lucca at Villa Marta.
For the large fused glass and brushed aluminum sculpture, ”La Donna Splendente,” inclusion in
the traveling annual exhibition, “Polena Proibita,” in major cities of Italy, Spain, and France.
     Represented in galleries, including:
Galeria Faustini, Forte dei Marmi; Galeria Jean Blanchaert, Milan: Galeria Gio Arte and The Real Luxury, Lucca; Galeria La Meridiana, Pietrasanta; Galeria Open Art, Prato; Hotel Royal Victoria and Galeria Gordio Art, Pisa; Galeria Roma, Livorno.
 
In Mexico:
     Presented in solo and group exhibitions and represented in galleries in the major art centers
of Baja California Sur: Galeria Pez Gordo, San Jose del Cabo; Galeria de Todos Santos and
Galeria Alas y Olas, Todos Santos; Galeria La Encantada, Galeria Pax and The Art House, La Paz.
 
In America:
     Commissioned for private homes and offices in:
Los Angeles, San Francisco, Beverly Hills, Aptos, Carmel, Monterey, Pacific Grove, Berkeley, CA—
and in the states of Washington, New York, and New Jersey.
     Presented in solo and group exhibits in various cities, including:
New York City; and Beverly Hills, Carmel, Carmel Highlands, Seaside, Sand City, Santa Monica, CA.
     Represented in galleries in:
Carmel, Carmel Valley, and Monterey, CA.
 
In her Public Art career:
     Monumental civic sculptures commissioned in California for:
Montclair, CA, “Sunrise, Sunset” a three-part, 20 foot, painted aluminum sculpture.
Whittier, CA, “Welcome Friends,” an 18 foot sculpture.
Rancho Cucamonga, CA, “Nature’s Cycle, a 24 foot sculpture.
Dallas,TX, “LifeSong,” for a rapid transit station, a three-part work, 23-30 feet tall.
Los Angeles, CA, “Promenade Trio,” a three-part work, 12 feet tall, for Century City.
     Installations of mobiles and other forms of aerial art for:
SuperMall of the Great Northwest, Seattle, a series of over 200 pieces of aerial art.
Country Club Plaza, Sacramento, CA, 16 large-scale mobiles, four in each court.
Northwest Plaza, St. Louis, MO.
Florin Mall, Sacramento, CA.
Vancouver Center, Vancouver, WA.
Beverly Center and Century City, both Los Angeles.
And Major Malls in San Diego, Santa Barbara, Palm Desert, Upland, Carlsbad, Chula Vista, CA.
Children’s Hospital, Los Angeles.
The Public Library, Kern County, CA.
The Community Center, Seaside, CA.
The Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula, CA.
The City of Santa Monica, CA.
The City of Pacific Grove, CA.
The City of Monterey, CA.