Ray Sell

Installation Magazine

Published: May 15, 2013
Category: Press

Check out an interview I did for installation Magazine.


You can purchase a copy on the itunes app store.  http://installationmag.com/tryitfree


LIC Open Studios

Published: May 15, 2013
Category: Shows

I will be participating in a show this weekend during the Long Island City open studios. Hope to see you at the opening Thursday night. See below for more info


STUDIO 34 Open Studio Event & Group Exibition

Gallery opening Thursday May 16 6-9pm

Gallery open Friday May 17 12-6pm

Open Studios, Gallery Exhibition & installations open Sat & Sun May 18 & 19 12-7pm

Artists in our group exhibition include:
Sara Abalan, Bertille de Baudiniere, Miguel Benavides, Lisa DiClerico, Dean Ebben, Sofia Hager, Kinu Hoffman, Courtney Kates, Michelle Kauffman, Michele Krauss, Eleen Lin, Bruce Medeiros, Rachel Meuler, Lauren Nickou, Shay Platz, Ray Sell, Akemi Takeda, Natsuki Takauji, Max Tzinman, Sandra Vucicevic, Stacy Williams, Lee Jong Wong

Installations: Rottobella: works of broken beauty

A Concert by Globular Cluster (audience participation)

Brush-Votes-Creating the Creator with Sandra

Vucicevic(audience participation)

-the Aesthetik by stacy williams – fashion runway show

-Tara Marchionna – Shibori Scarf weaving & hand dyeing demonstration

For info or other information write us at studio34lic@gmail.com

New Work- A Woman’s Work Is Never Done

Published: Nov 21, 2012
Category: Uncategorized


The Last Laugh: In celebration of embracing the end of the world

Published: Oct 11, 2012
Category: Shows


Sat. Oct. 13th – Begins at 6, ends at 11
35 Medow St. Brooklyn, Ny 11206

New Work-Follow The Leader

Published: Oct 11, 2012
Category: Uncategorized

New work now on display @ Parlor Gallery

Follow The Leader

Parlor Gallery Opening Pics

Published: Oct 1, 2012
Category: Press

Check out some pics of the opening of ” We Find Our Way” @ Parlor Gallery 


We Find Our Way- Group Show

Published: Sep 10, 2012
Category: Shows

Please come out this Saturday night Sept 15th for the opening of: We Find Our Way @ Asbury Park’s Parlor Gallery. I will be there from 7pm till 11pm, then off to the after party at Asbury Lanes. See more info below and hope to see you there!

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On Saturday, September 15 from 7pm to 11pm, Parlor Gallery presents the opening reception of “We Find Our Way”.

Other Artists in this show include Michael Mapes, Paul Romano, Scotty Albrecht, Jody Travis Thompson, Bryn Perrott, Brandon McLean, Andy Pawlan, Kevin Hebb, Kristen Ferrell, and Dennis Lee Mitchell.

Parlor Gallery located at 717 Cookman Ave, Asbury Park, NJ 07712

The celebration continues at the after party at Asbury Lanes with a performance by the Peek-A-Boo Revue.  Check out the event invite for more info: http://www.facebook.com/events/225869090872539/?ref=ts

For more info go to: http://www.parlor-gallery.com/

Prints Available @ Turning Art

Published: Sep 4, 2012
Category: Uncategorized



Catapult Art Magazine

Published: Aug 7, 2012
Category: Press

Check out the latest issue of Catapult Magazine. I have a 2 page spread on page 20.
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Gutbox GRID

Published: Apr 18, 2012
Category: Shows


Lambert Fine Arts Presents
Gutbox Artist Collective
May 10 2012-June 4 2012
opening reception May 10th 7pm-10pm
57 Stanton St. New York NY 10002

Living in NYC, it’s impossible to be unaware of the gridded hive of modernity, our action within it, and it’s psychological impact.  Grids that are often laid across the land like a map pop up into three dimensions of the city, mushrooming to the heights of skyscrapers, and burrowing underground in the form of subway tunnels.  Cross town busses, car traffic, pedestrian zig zags, and flight patterns complete the transportation grid and perpetuate it’s motion. 
To some of us the order of the grid could be experienced as safe and comfortable, while others feel confined by it’s predictability and regiment. Though all members of Gutbox live in major metropolitan systems, some have experienced life in more spacious areas. Gutbox member, Jazz-minh Moore, was born ‘Off the Grid’, at Breitenbush Hotsprings, a community in the Oregon woods that creates it’s own electricity out of the natural current of the river water.  Maps of this place are woven into GRID. Some members where reared within the suburban sprawl and it’s ever expanding footprint, offering a sense of order, uniformity, and a far reaching grid.  
Some of the works in GRID reference aerial landscape photographs of the agricultural grids that pattern most of this wide country.  Others are a nod to the gridded patterns in plaid shirts, the complex mapping of computer chips, and metal grids found in the old security glass of fallen windows in the Navy Yard. Our goal is to leave no grid unturned. 
Present in GRID will also be deviation from, and destruction of, the human-made grid.  Points of transition, from the right angles controlled by humankind to the organic geometry of nature, include riverbeds, which snake their way organically across gridded plains, or the post and linter structure of an abandoned building falling into oblique angles of ruin.  
One way or another, we all participate in GRID.