REY

Passionate Ocean Artist

The ocean has always been the primary inspiration for creating my art.  For more information on current or past exhibitions, click the link below.  See my prints and original works for sale in my store or contact me for information on commissions or upcoming events.  
@reysartspace
#hopeloveocean

Sea Creatures Series 

Originals and Limited Edition Prints

Sea Nettle Jellyfish
Pastel on Paper
65 x 50 cm
2,750

Siku
Pastel on Paper
50 x 65 cm

Occy, Octopus Study
Pastel on Paper
65 x 50 cm

Leo, the Lion Fish
Pastel on Paper
50 x 65 cm

Happy
Pastel on Paper
50 x 65 cm

Sunny
Pastel on Paper
65 x 50 cm

Whale Shark
Pastel on Paper
50 x 65 cm
2,750

T.iger S.hark Eliot
Pastel on Paper
50 x 65 cm
2,750

Two Blackfish

Pastel on Paper

50 x 65 cm

2,750

Breaching Humpback Whale
Pastel on Paper
50 x 65 cm
2,750

Original Artwork

For inquiries about acquiring original artwork not listed in the store, please contact me directly through the contact form or per email at reysartspace@posteo.net.

Blackwater Series 

Originals and Limited Edition Prints

SOLD
Nautilus
Pastel on Paper
27.9 x 35.6 cm
Prints Available

Cuck Eel
Pastel on Paper
27.9 x 35.6 cm

SOLD

SOLD
Blanket Octopus
Pastel on Paper
35.6 x 27.9 cm
Prints coming soon!

Diamond Squid
Pastel on Paper
35.6 x 27.9 cm

Tripod Fish
Pastel on Paper
35.6 x 27.9 cm

Sharpear Enope
Pastel on Paper
35.6 x 27.9 cm

SOLD
Helmet Jelly
Pastel on Paper
35.6 x 27.9 cm

SOLD
Long Arm Octopus
Pastel on Paper
35.6 x 27.9 cm

Original Art 

Oil, Acrylic, and Gouache Paintings

Rincon Morning
Gouache on wood
20 x 30 cm
250

Fourth Beach Lights
Oil on canvas
60 x 80 cm
650

Surfer's Journal
Gouache on wood
29 x 56 cm
375

The Wave
Acrylic on canvas
40 x 51 cm
275

SOLD
IBC Tree
Gouache on wood
30.5 x 43.2 cm

Jellybowl Z Tree
Oil on canvas
61 x 46 cm

Reliance
Oil on canvas
60 x 80 cm
550

Fine Art Prints

Return to the Sea

  

     Returning to the ocean is meant literally and metaphorically. Living abroad, I lost what inspired my art, the ocean. Over time, as I disidentified as a surfer, I became more aware of another world below the waves, just as precious and inspiring as the surface. Still very much in my heart, I’ve gained a new appreciation of this largely unexplored part of our world. Perhaps it is foresight, knowing that I will return to California that I’ve begun to create art after such a long absence. However, now the message is not simply one of beauty.


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