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Contemporary Art Poster featuring the digital art 56 by Jeremiah Ray

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5.00" x 8.00"


7.00" x 10.00"


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56 Poster

Jeremiah Ray

by Jeremiah Ray


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56 poster by Jeremiah Ray.   Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

Design Details

The original self-portraits (see portraits gallery), done entirely with pen and ink, are an ongoing series initially started after my cancer... more

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56 Digital Art by Jeremiah Ray

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56 Metal Print

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56 Acrylic Print

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56 Wood Print

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56 Greeting Card

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56 iPhone Case

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56 Throw Pillow

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56 Duvet Cover

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56 Shower Curtain

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56 Tote Bag

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56 Round Beach Towel

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56 Zip Pouch

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56 Beach Towel

Beach Towel

56 Weekender Tote Bag

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56 Portable Battery Charger

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56 Bath Towel

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56 T-Shirt


56 Coffee Mug

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56 Yoga Mat

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56 Spiral Notebook

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56 Fleece Blanket

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56 Tapestry


56 Jigsaw Puzzle

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56 Sticker


56 Ornament


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Artist's Description

The original self-portraits (see "portraits" gallery), done entirely with pen and ink, are an ongoing series initially started after my cancer diagnosis in 2016. The pen and ink portraits were composed during the long hours at the treatment clinic, and lengthy inpatient stays. These works became increasingly crucial to understanding my emotional and psychological state that elude words even to this day. During treatment, my body remained strong regardless of whatever brutal circumstances I found myself in. My heart and mind, on the other hand, were always teetering. As I have done my entire life, I anchored myself to art, specifically these self-portraits. I did so as a means of understanding and coming to terms with my experiences. However, the pen and ink drawings are evolving, growing, and shifting as I do. I am adding new layers, digitally editing, and building colorful stories to create different, supplemental layers upon the narrative each one already tells. The story is still ev...

About Jeremiah Ray

Jeremiah Ray

Jeremiah Ray is an interdisciplinary artist and writer living and working in the coastal Maine region. He has an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. His visual artwork is much like his life insofar as it is a constant journey of exploration and discovery. In his formative years, Jeremiah traveled extensively, exploring languages and cultures to fulfill a need for both adventure and as instruments of further understanding himself. Jeremiah completed his MFA in studio art with one intention - to teach. He desired to assist others in finding and honing their unique, personal language. He has always believed that art transcends verbal communication. Discovering one's voice in an individual medium and utilizing it to...



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