Inside the Studio

Ray on "Face Pours"

Ray Geary gives us a look at the process behind his resin “Face Pours” series completed in 2014.

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“I made 10 - 12 works in all different sizes and named them after characters from my favorite tv show, The Sopranos.”

— Ray Geary

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“The resin pooling off the canvas was a happy accident, resin has a mind of its own most of the time which is why i like it! it never produces the same results. ”

— Ray Geary

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