Randy Wray

Randy Wray recycles and repurposes the detritus of American castaway culture, exploring themes of alchemical transformation. The sculptures are a record of the artist’s thought process and are made from humble materials: junk mail, discarded polystyrene packaging, worn out clothing and broken furniture. His paintings are also an aggregation of different techniques and strategies where fragments of appropriated and invented imagery commingle with passages of pure painting and gesture such as splatters, pours, drips, stains, scrapes, and finger-painting. The resulting sculpture and images are new and of our time even as they conjure an eclectic range of art historical ghosts.

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