Raymond P. Neubert´s recent art explores the relationship between his visual art and life in a playful combination of word play, expressionism and his own reality. This journey began with his first Brownie Hawkeye camera, continuing with drawing and ceramics, through the grid of warp and weft into digital pixilation. His work is influenced by his father´s word play, comics of all genres and heroic Propaganda Art.
Raymond´s NeuArt began in 2010 when he combined drawing, colored ink and word play on lined paper in saturated colors. Maintaining his NeuArt theme, now he is exploring acrylics on canvas.
Raymond recently finished a 4,000+ mile journey from his primary residence in West Palm Beach through Washington DC, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Buffalo, Chicago, Kansas City, Bentonville, AK and returning to Florida. He picked up a gallery in Occoquan, VA and is courting others in Cleveland and Kansas City.
He has exhibited in southeast Florida, the Washington D.C. area and northeast Ohio and now shows in Tequesta, FL; Silver Lake in Los Angeles, CA and Occoquan, VA.