Ray Sell

Open Studio-Fall 2015

Published: Oct 13, 2015
Category: Merch, Shows


Ray Sell- Open Studio
254 36th Street Brooklyn NY
Suite C545, 5th Floor

Saturday, October 17, 2015, 11a.m. to 6p.m.
Industry City, Sunset Park, Brooklyn

Please join me on Saturday, October 17th, when I will open my studio, along with more than 100 other artists, makers and manufacturers at the vast, recently restored, early 20th-century industrial complex known as IndustryCity, on the waterfront in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. You will have an opportunity to visit painters, sculptors and photographers, as well as chocolatiers, distilleries, designers, and others, and to tour their workspaces. Printed guides to help you plan your tour and locate studios will be available at the main entrance at 274 36th Street, between 2nd and 3rd Avenues.

In my studio, I will have many works (old and new) on view and for sale, including the image featured above. If you would like a price list feel free to contact me. My studio is located in Building 2, Section C, 5th floor, Studio C-545. Building 2 also features a “food hall” with several great places for coffee or lunch. For more information about the Industry City campus visit: industrycity.com; for information about the artists visit: industrycitystudios.org; and for information about my work visit: raysell.com

Industry City Open Studios

Saturday, October 17, 2015, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Visitor Entrance: 274 36th Street, Bldg. 2
Sunset Park, Brooklyn, NY 11232
Transit: A short walk from the 36th Street
station on the N/R/D lines. Or, a short drive south from Park Slope. Nearby street parking available.

ColorCamp Shirts

Published: Oct 29, 2013
Category: Merch, News


Hi All, Please take a moment to check out this brand new NYC Based Tee shirt company. http://www.colorcampnyc.com/
hey have a bunch of really cool tees featuring images designed by New York City artists, including a couple of mine. Thanks Ray


New York City is the home and the inspiration for COLORCAMP.  We take our cues from the art, style and unique personalities we come across in the city every day.

The COLORCAMP story starts and ends with a deep love and connection to art and photography, and with the belief that curating ridiculously cool art from the New York and Brooklyn arts scene can make for some drool-worthy shirts and sweatshirts.

Our mission: Love your job, love your creations, support artists in New York and around the world and build a tribe of ultra creatives to join in on the fun.