celebrates life, work, and legacy of iconic San Francisco fine artist Rex Ray (1956–2015).
This comprehensive volume features more than 100 of his works on canvas, wood, and paper—including never-before-seen pieces courtesy of the Rex Ray estate. His playful painted-paper-collages and organic, abstract forms have earned him comparisons to artists like Paul Klee and Henri Matisse.
- Essays by celebrated writer Rebecca Solnit, art critic Christian Frock, and Ray's gallerist and friend Griff Williams
- Ray's collages and paintings are both playful and geometric
- This vibrant book pays tribute to Ray's life and work
- Pages: 176