An eclectic artist, William Wray appeals to a wide range of tastes, styles, and superheroes. From his iconic Superman that graced the Pink Art Show to forlorn moments shared by “Partners in Crime,” Wray continues to wow us. He pulls on the heart strings of his subjects not just with Sesame street characters or with Tinker Bell, but also in his landscapes…
Wedding Reviews: If you are planning a wedding – “Give it some Moxie” say’s Renee at Moxie Bright Events
It’s refreshing to be with someone who not only loves what they do but does it well. “I don’t want to be everyone’s wedding planner,” says Dalo, I want to be your wedding planner.”
Review: Architect, Artist, and Gallery Owner Flavio Bisciotti built a City – Life after the Ashes (story and video)
But like the studio fire that melted things together, the fire within Bisciotti is melting together his passions as he works on his new project titled, Invisible Cities: a series of paintings with an architectural flair. “I’ve always been attracted to buildings.
Thank you Co-curators William Wray and Carlos Iglesias for a Pink-tastic! Journey into the depths and diversity of Visual Art
…Wray couldn’t impress upon me enough the immense gratitude that he has for all of the contributing artists. There is diversity not just in the artistic expression of the color pink, but also within the artists themselves…
When I asked them what their favorite traits are in a romantic hero, Bea gave me a brief tutorial. “Heroes are generally split up into two categories; alpha and beta. Alpha is the classic strong hero, whereas the beta is more sensitive.
BREAKING ART NEWS!!! 11.29.17 The PINK Pop-Up Art Show at Castelli’s: A chat with co-curator/artist William Wray – Pink, It’s not just for girls anymore
“There’s a certain kind of classism in the art world.” Wray explains. “A lot of very contemporary art might not be so open to art that is narrative or illustrative. In the “Pink Manifesto” defining the philosophy of this show, the question about the controversy of different concepts of art is addressed clearly.