The Break up by William Wray

New Year ART REVIEW of “The Breakup” by Super Hero William Wray – watch the artist paint

The Breakup 24×24
All works, oil on wood

My take on the feuding turf wars on Hollywood Blvd. between the actors posing as Superhero’s for tips.

TribeLA Magazine Acrostic Interview.4 

Advice: What is the best advice you’ve received? What is the best advice you can give?

Outdated career advice on being the inaccessible artist. That didn’t fit my contrary nature as I often do the opposite of what smart people tell me. So I built my career in Social Media by being totally available to the public.

Expect repeated short-term failure in your career. Think about your long-term goals. Don’t have children if art is the most important thing in your life, unless you are wealthy.

Aura: How would you describe your energy, style, etc.?
Multi-disciplined categories, but always striving for honest feeling with expressive power in technique.


William Wray blends traditional skill sets of realism and the sheer energy of abstract expressionism in an ongoing evolution to find the balance between two seemingly unrelated styles. Wray has challenged himself to create a brand of realistic expressionism he hopes to use a bridge into the customarily circumspect contemporary art world. For more about William and his work, you can find him at these links:

http://williamwray.com
https://www.facebook.com/william.wray3
https://www.instagram.com/william_wray/


Get caught up with this week’s Artist of the Week, William Wray

New Year ART REVIEW of Roomates – William Wray did this painting when he heard about the Batman v Superman movie – do you see Batman upstairs?

ART TODAY 09.11.17: William Wray art directed this memorial animation about John and Joe Rauch for 9/11, as their dad narrates – grab a tissue and check it out here

ART TODAY 09.10.17: Colors by William Wray with introduction by Chris Bonno

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