Ray Kass is an internationally recognized artist whose work is represented by Garvey/Simon: ART ACCESS  in NYC and the Reynolds Gallery in Richmond, Virginia.

His paintings have been widely exhibited and have been represented in solo exhibitions in New York City by the Allan Stone GalleryA.V.C. Contemporary Arts Gallery, ZONE: Chelsea Center for the Arts, Baumgartner Gallery, and ir77 Contemporary Art. He has received numerous grants and awards, including individual artists grants from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and  the National Endowment for the Arts. His paintings can be found in collections residing in both the public and private sector.

Ray Kass is Professor Emeritus of Art at Virginia Tech, and founder and director of the Mountain Lake Workshop, a collaborative, community-based art project drawing on the customs, and environmental and technological resources of the New River Valley and the Appalachian region. In 2012 he had two extended residencies at MQ in Vienna, Austria.

He is the son of the American Folk Artist Jacob Kass (1910-2000).


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