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"Organic Ephemera" by José Ray in the Grand Bohemian Gallery

Cultural / Exhibits
Now – Oct 30, 2021

View Savannah, Ga. artist José Ray's captivating work in a new mixed-media art exhibit "Organic Ephemera" at the Grand Bohemian Gallery!

About this event

Defined by elements of abstract expressionism and layered collage work, “Organic Ephemera” by Savannah, Georgia artist José Ray is a mixed-media exhibit incorporating a wide range of media, including watercolor, markers, colored pencils and ink to showcase the inherent beauty within the cycles of nature. Bright flowers serve as a mainstay in the exhibit and act as a conduit for a larger message about life’s brevity and sanctity.

The exhibit will be on display from September 30 - October 30 at the Grand Bohemian Gallery inside The Mansion on Forsyth Park with an Opening Reception on September 30 from 5-8 p.m. The Grand Bohemian Gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily or by appointment. The exhibit and reception are FREE and open to the public.

PLEASE NOTE THAT TICKETS AND PRE-REGISTRATION ARE NOT REQUIRED.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

A graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), José Ray was named Connect Savannah’s Best Visual Artist in 2020 and is a talented muralist whose work can be seen locally as part of the Starland Mural Project and throughout the United States, from Kansas to Florida.

Also an award-winning author and illustrator, Ray has published numerous children’s books -- including “Free Rain,” “Heave Ho!” and “Morty and the Moon” -- under the name José Lucio. Ray has a passion for helping children learn to express themselves through art and volunteers with young writers at the Deep Center in Savannah.

Venue

The Mansion on Forsyth Park

700 Drayton St
Savannah, GA 31401
Admission
Free and open to the public.

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