Southern California Contemporary Artist
Southern California Artist
Roxie Ray was born and raised in Corona del Mar, California. She moved to Ventura County in 1983. She began to study art around 1990. Ray is known for her fieldworker paintings and anatomical figures in water. Her style can be described as Expressionistic.
Water carries all life. It is sacred and magical. Without doubt, water is the most important substance on Earth. My paintings pay homage to the intergration of reflections, refractions, and shadows of the anima and animus of water.
Farm Worker Series
I was drawn to portray and create a closer look at the anonymous, yet strangely familiar view of the marginalized farmworker population.
“99 percent of who you are is
invisible and untouchable.”
-R Buckmeinster Fuller
Tagged will be at the beautiful gallery space at DA Davidson at 60 S. California St., #301 in Ventura, Ca. Tagged is part of a group show called, Artist choice: A collaboration of local artists and DA Davidson. The exhibit will run from August 26, 2019 through...
Running Woman was accepted into the Santa Paula Art Musuem's "Faces of California" exhibit running from May 18, 2019 to September 15, 2019. Join me for an artist reception on Saturday, May 18 from 4 - 6 pm. My focus is to respectfully document California’s laboring...
My paintings use different elements of my/our world to communicate the invisibility of the human condition and my attempt to bring what is unseen into line of site. “Submerged Woman” is all about being invisible as a woman – either due to age, politics and/or social...