“I’ve been painting and drawing for as long as I can remember. I love capturing bits and pieces of the good that is around me.”
Mitch Caster is a Colorado-based fine artist who loves painting nature, people, and many other subjects. After many years as a news and courtroom artist, covering some of the nation’s most notorious trials, he now concentrates on showcasing the positive aspects of the world. He wants to bring joy to viewers. Some of his favorite subjects include animals, landscapes, dancers, seascapes, lighthouses, western subjects, and more.
Known as an outstanding figurative artist, Caster is a highly skilled artist with extensive background in anatomy and kinesiology. He paints the human form in all walks of life, drawing on his appreciation of all cultures to pass on their uniqueness and history to future generations and other cultures.
Caster’s artwork is in collections throughout the world, and has been featured in national art magazines. From his work in television, he has received five Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards in art direction. He has also received Awards of Excellence from Oil Painters of America and other exhibitions, and is a Signature Member of the Oil Painters of America, American Society of Marine Artists, and National Oil and Acrylic Painters’ Society.
He is also a long-time instructor for the Art Students League of Denver, and has taught at Denver Botanic Gardens, The Gathering Place, and for faculty programs at several school districts in the Denver area.