Ray Sell

“The Old Store” AKA “My Old Studio”

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Published: Jan 24, 2012
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About 9 months ago I relocated my studio to a small town North of NYC.  I’ve been working in what was once the town’s only general store; which the locals call The Old Store. It’s a really amazing space, but I’m extremely happy to say that I’m moving back to Brooklyn. Check a few pics of The Old Store
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Happy New Year!!

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Published: Dec 30, 2011
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Klassik Magazine Interview

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Published: Nov 28, 2011
Category: Press

Check out this interview I did for Klassik Magazine.
go to The Articles Section
Klassik Magazine
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Fountain Miami 2011

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Published: Nov 15, 2011
Category: Shows

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Fountain Miami 2011
Lambert Fine Arts Booth
December 1 – December 4, 2011
General Public Hours:
12pm – 7pm, every day
2505 N. Miami Ave Miami, FL
(at the corner of 25th St)

http://www.fountainartfair.com/


Lambert Fine Arts Grand Opening

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Published: Oct 12, 2011
Category: Shows

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Lambert Fine Arts Presents:
Grand Opening – Round #1
October 20th – November 6th, 2011
Opening Reception: Thurs, Oct 20th 8-11pm
57 Stanton Street (at Eldridge) NY, NY 10002
212-353-2787 / info@lambertfinearts.com
F to 2nd Ave | JMZ to Essex St | D to Grand
Gallery Hours : Tues – Sun 1-8pm

For the Grand Opening – Round #1 exhibition, the main gallery will feature works by each of the artists currently part of LFA’s Urban Arts community: Bob Clyatt, Harris Diamant, Amanda Dickerson, Jonny Fenix
, Brandon Friend, Joseph Grazi, Jason Griffin, Gutbox Collective, Terrenceo Hammond, Doug Henders, Liu Guangyun, Karim
Marquez, Rachel Meuler, Hitomi Mochizuki, Shalom Neuman, DH Peligro, Jean Petion, Ray Sell, Rob Swainston, Kara Taylor, and Benito Valdie

Mill Valley Film Festival

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Published: Sep 27, 2011
Category: News, Shows

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A Tribute to Classic Cinema: A RAW Art Gallery Exhibit
October 6-16th 2011

Opening Night Gala is less than two weeks away and now is the time to get your tickets before they sell out.  It’s going to be one spectacular night with all of your fellow film fan and party going friends.

After you’ve seen your favorite pick of this year’s Opening Night films join us at the Mill Valley Community Center.  Thanks to all of our event sponsors who are bringing in lot’s of fresh new elements for this extraordinary night.  And of course to Wells Fargo who we could not produce Opening Night without.

We’ll roll out the red carpet for you and greet you with a signature cocktail from HelloCello Limoncello of Sonoma.  Or, grab an IPA from our favorite local brewery Lagunitas.  If you prefer wine- we’ve got you covered.  Trinchero Family Estates is our featured winery that night and will be pouring their Menage a Trois brand. 

There will be plenty of good food again this year.  A special thanks to Chef Nico Martin of Pizza Antica who will be preparing the main menu.  And thank you to the many other event sponsors including Marin French Cheese, Judy’s Breadsticks, desserts by Champagne French Bakery and Peet’s coffee.

We couldn’t have a great party without world class entertainment.  For those of you who want to hit the dance floor, Marin County’s home grown band, “The Edge” will be playing Rock & Reggae.  

We’ll also have a special art show curated by our friend and talented artist Carly Ivan Garcia.  Carly, also a Marin County Native, has worked hard to bring in artists from all over the country.   There will be 14 internationally acclaimed artists’ works on display.   We know you’ll enjoy this amazing tribute to classic cinema: “A RAW Art Gallery Exhibit”

For more info check out
http://www.mvff.com/
http://millvalleyfilmfest.tumblr.com/

Interview At Fountain NY 2011

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Published: Jun 7, 2011
Category: Press

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Summer Print Show- Aeon Art Projects, Colorado

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Published: May 31, 2011
Category: Shows

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I have a print in the Summer Print Show at Aeon Art Projects in Colorado. If you’re in the area please check it out!

Artists: David Henry Brown Jr, Steve Ellis, Bill Fick, Charley Friedman, Michael Krueger, Jazz-Minh Moore, Joe Heaps Nelson, Tom Sanford, Ray Sell, Catherine Tafur, Rob Van Erve, Frank Webster, & Paul Weston

http://aeonartprojects.com/summer-print-show

Aeon is a progressive art gallery and interdisciplinary space located in Niwot, Colorado. They host innovative exhibitions, educational workshops, music events, film series, and lectures.

112 2nd Avenue, Niwot, CO 80544
info (at) eonprojects.com
(303) 589-0711

Bye Bye BK

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Published: May 20, 2011
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See ya studio, you will be missed. More space awaits!!

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GutBox in Cali!

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Published: May 13, 2011
Category: Shows

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June 3 – June 25, 2011
Opening Reception: June 3 from 6:00p- 10:00p
Hibbleton Gallery and Magoski Arts Colony, Fullerton, California

Hibbleton Gallery and the Magoski Arts Colony will present ‘It Won’t Fit’, an exhibition of 2-D works in conjunction with a 3-D installation, that introduces New York based Gutbox Collective to the West Coast. This group’s mission is to create running narrative threads through collective participation. The members of Gutbox weave disjointed stories that don’t suffer the absolution of a beginning or an end. By incorporating panels that vary slightly in size and are under the influence of at least three members before completion, the group allows a film reel like format to take shape without giving way to a truly linear sequence. The result is a vivid display of painterly cooperation that meets naked trust and invention.

Gutbox debuted in New York City in the fall of 2010 at The Y Gallery. The incarnation that will take place at Hibbleton is a phase of Gutbox’s ongoing pursuit of constructivism within it’s own ranks and reaching outward to it’s audience from one location to the next, creating an ongoing narrative through it’s work that oscillates with those who participate.

Gutbox Members: Nick Dyball, John J. Hagan, Heather Hart, Jazz-minh Moore, Seth Mulvey, Ray Sell, Caroline Thaw, Ulrike Theusner, and Thomas Witte.

Visiting Artists: Eun Kang Koh, Kiel Johnson, Klai Brown, Patrick Logan, Kambui Olujimi, John Schupf, Jeff Sims, Jaret Vadera, Lucia Znamirowski and more.

Hibbleton Gallery Hours: Friday from 1pm-5pm, Saturday: 1pm-5pm, Sunday: 1pm-5pm and by appointment.

Gallery contact: Landon Lewis at 714-420-85124 or mail@hibbleton.com

Gutbox contact: info@gutboxnyc.com