|Casey and Gabe working at Cabrillo College
Partial List of Artistic Accomplishments
Disney Studios, Burbank
1st Place Watercolor-Professional Division
Manhattan Beach Art Association
Orange County Art Educators Association
Workshop Presenter and Exhibit
Beach Art Association
California State University, Long Beach
One Woman Exhibit-Art
Cabrillo College Stroke Center,
One Woman Exhibit-Pre and Post Stroke Art
Open Studios, Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz Art League
Cruz, San Jose, Modesto
Designer, Creator, and Presenter
Lauryn Taylor Fine Art Gallery,
Napa Valley Art Museum
Cabrillo Art Gallery
Valley Girls Art Gallery
Oncology Magazine of Canada - Cover Art
Tokyo, Japan - Exhibit by Invitation Only
France - Exhibit
Museum of An Shan City,
LaioNing Province - Exhibit
Toronto, Canada - Art for Cancer Foundation Exhibit
Parc Oriental de Maulévrier,
France - Exhibit
Jade Buddha Temple - China - Exhibit
AnShan City -
Orange Regional Gallery - Exhibit
|Sumi Art Cultural Award - Medal and Certification
I am honored to be an invited Artist and Counselor to the International
Chinese Calligraphic Art and Ink Painting Artist Institute in Tokyo Japan headed by Master Sumi-e painter Ransui Yakata. I
serve as the Director of the North American branch of the society.
Wonderful article about me in "Beyond Calligraphy" online magazine.
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to read. Enjoy!
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This is a great reference. It is a book for stroke survivors, their friends and
family, their caregivers, and health care professionals. This book has many contributors. I wrote a chapter in this book called,
'Aha, There is a Reason'. My chapter starts on page 161. You can read an excerpt of my contribution by Clicking Here Search Casey Shannon.
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|Manhattan Arts International Magazine
Manhattan Arts International Magazine has a lovely article
about Casey and her sumi-e art that was written by Renee Phillips of New York. Please click on the Logo to read the article.