Carl Bray

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Born in Prague, Oklahoma in 1917, Carl Bray studied art at Miami College and then moved to California during the Depression seeking a job.

In WPA classes, he studied painting with Maynard Dixon, and Russell Swan. He became a popular lecturer for college classes, television shows and art groups. In 1956, he settled a home and art gallery in Indian Wells where he had been coming since age 19 and had developed a close friendship with artist/engraver Fred Chisnall.

Desert scenes, over 13,000, with smoke trees were his trademark as a landscape painter. He had a second home and art gallery in Taos, New Mexico. He was a member of the Society of Western Artists, the La Jolla Art Association, and the Desert Art Center of Palm Springs. He died in 2011, at the age of ninety-four.

 

ARTWORK FOR SALE

Desert Wash
SOLD PAINTINGS

Santa Fe, New Mexico Pueblo - SOLD

Desert Landscape #2 - SOLD

Verdant Landscape - SOLD

Indian Wells - SOLD

Indian Shepherds - SOLD

San Jacinto, Palm Springs - SOLD

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