Artist: Margo Ray Media/Dims:La Pastora - Exterior-Mounted Screen Prints on Paper. Interior- Gouache, Layered Paper and Photo Digital Collage on Canvas. 8' in diameter by 8' high. To Sanctify The Feral Wild Bull and Boar - Cast Resin with Collage . Info: Installation as part of solo exhibition Sublime Spaces, Forgotten Places at Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, VA
Artist: Margo Ray Media/Dims: 8' in diameter by 9' high. Interior view- 310, 8" x 8" mixed media collages on paper. Info: Installation as part of solo exhibition Sublime Spaces, Forgotten Places at Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, VA
Artist: Margo Ray
Media/Dims: Exterior View - Construction of Screen Prints on Panels, 8.5' in diameter by 9' high. Paintings to right of tank 'Containment Landscape # 15 & 13, 48" x 48" each Info: Installation and pantings as part of solo exhibition Between Worlds, Waters Flow at Honolulu Museum of Art at First Hawaiian Center, Honolulu, HI
Media / Dims: Installation comprised of Prints, Painted and Collaged Canvas, 8' high x 12' in diameter. Soft Sculptures Stuffed and Printed Fabric, 5' x 6'. Info: Installation as part of group exhibition Collsion II at Parisian Laundry, Montreal, QC
Artist: Margo Ray
Gouache, Layered Paper, Photo Collage on Canvas, 48" x 48"
Margo is an artist from the Big Island of Hawai’i engaging in printmaking, collage and installation. In her work she explores notions of displacement, vulnerability and authenticity through the allegory of landscape and an ongoing narrative of an intruder in a secret garden. She holds an MFA from Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec and a BA in Studio Arts from University of Hawaii at Hilo. She has also studied art in Beijing, China and has traveled extensively to the South Pacific, Vietnam, Peru, and Western Europe. Her works have been exhibited in venues such as Second Street Gallery (Charlottesville, VA), The Honolulu Museum of Art at First Hawaiian Center (Honolulu, HI) and Parisian Laundry (Montreal,QC). Ray has held residencies at the Kala Art Institute in Berkeley,CA and St.Michael's Print Shop in Newfoundland, Canada; her artwork can be found in the collections of the Hawai’i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, The Honolulu Museum of Art Gift Print collection, and the Artist Book Collection of the Bibliotheque Nationale du Quebec. See her work at: www.margoray.com