Rex Ray’s artwork ranged from collage on paper, canvas and resin boards to digital work. Ray’s work was made entirely by hand. The collages are made with hand-painted and printed papers hand cut with scissors. His work combines a midcentury modern aesthetic with psychedelic color palette and shapes. Ray is known for popularizing the use of high-gloss resin panels—encasing his colorful, graphic collage designs in a gorgeous glossy layer of resin.
Ray’s collages, paintings, and design work have been exhibited at galleries and museums, including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Jose Museum of Modern Art, the Crocker Museum in Sacramento, and Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver.
Contains 5 each of 4 Rex Ray images