For about a decade Jill Casty has alternated years of living and working in Italy, Mexico, and California,
In recent years she has focused on unique sculptures with ensembles of brilliant, colorful fused glass and various metals. In the United States in an earlier stage of her career, she created large-scale works for public places—monumental sculptures, as high as 30 feet, and extensive series of “mobiles” and other forms of aerial art that provided identity and
celebration for central locations in cities and in public and commercial buildings and centers throughout California and in the states of Washington, Oregon, Texas, and Missouri..
In the U.S. she is now exploring ways, methods, and materials of creating her exuberant art for both individual collectors and public entities. In both arenas it is an art of flowing rhythms and form, bright, glowing color—an exuberant art, full of grace and joy, celebrating the beauties of the natural world and the dynamic life of our feelings and spirit.
In Italy, her sculptures have been presented in galleries and exhibitions in Milan, Venice, Lucca, Prato, Pietrasanta, Forte dei Marmi, Cascina, Pisa, Livorno; in Mexico in the major art cities of La Paz, San Jose del Cabo, Todos Santos.
In the United States, her sculptures have been commissioned for homes and offices in California and in the states of Washington, New York, and New Jersey. Her work has been presented in solo and group exhibits in various cities: Including New York City and Carmel, Carmel Highlands, Seaside, Sand City, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Monterey, California.