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Summer Painting Season Coming to a Close

There was no way for me to know in May that this summers painting season was to be as hot and wet as it turned out. Since my first exterior mural last May found me painting with gloves and hooded … Continue reading

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Meet me and See My World of Large-Scale Public Art August 9th!

The Illustrator chapter of the St. Louis Artists’ Guild has invited me to present the evening of August ninth at 7:30 pm.Join me at 12 Jackson Ave. @ Forsyth Ave in Clayton. Its been difficult to boil down thirty years … Continue reading

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Spring is “Locked and Loaded!”

This Spring not only brought warmer weather but the first large project of the season. A new client, Locked and Loaded, a new shooting range and weapon store in Pana, Illinois gave me a call. They wanted a 60′ wide … Continue reading

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Clark Terry Mural Now Complete on Broadway!

It took a call for entries, a resume and portfolio review, a sample design, a painting and finally a judged presentation. Then I got the call, I was chosen. The Carondelet Community Betterment Federation had selected my design for the … Continue reading

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Painting Begins on Clark Terry Mural for “Murals on Broadway”

(photo composite comp) After a resume and sample submission and after a design approval presentation I was chosen as the artist for the seventh painting in the Murals on Broadway series. The Carondelet Community Betterment Federation has a goal of … Continue reading

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Metalin’ Guitar Project is Completed

A few months ago I received a call from someone I’ve never met. He said he owned a tool & die company and he also had a company that produced metal bodied electric guitars. He said he was building a … Continue reading

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911 Flag Mural Nears Completion

When the owners commissioned me to re-paint the American flag scene with addition, no one would have expected the amount of rain the area has received! Regardless, the entire project nears completion and is expected to be finished sometime next … Continue reading

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Just in time for Independence Day!

After 911 in 2002, the owners of Helen Fitzgerald’s Restaurant in Sunset Hills commissioned an artist to paint a very large sixty-foot flag mural on the side of their building. It was beautiful and impactful. Over the years the elements … Continue reading

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Custom finishes are also a big part of RayHarveyArt!

I typically don’t attempt to show some of the wall finishes and glazing techniques I create many days. But just check out these results!

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The Widelux is the Real Star at Bold’e Burlesqu’e.

This vintage camera of mine, the Panon Widelux F7 camera, is the real star of my upcoming Bold’e Burlesqu’e photo exhibit. Also used by actor Jeff Bridges on the sets of all his movies, this 1950′s designed gear-driven camera stitches … Continue reading

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