These sculptures are made in collaboration
with his wife, Laura.
Sculpture has always been of interest to Ray. It has become increasingly important as a vehicle for expressing his ideas and concerns about form and line. Some have no color or texture. They are exercises in pure form using complicated rhythms and intricate linear patterns to create compact elegant three-dimensional statements. Others are inventive combinations of carved elements with various textiles. Some are woven and highly textured while others are colorful materials laced with feathers, beads, buttons and shells. The pieces are filled with whimsy and playfulness.
The Inquirer And Mirror, Nantucket
Main Street Gallery