Ray Vyse

Ray Vyse Anisotropic Art, Photography and Digital Art.

Anisotropic Art is evolving. The natural grain of wood gives it anisotropic properties - Physical properties which differ according to direction. Recent work is becoming more abstract and more adventurous. My aim is to create unique images in wood by cutting and shaping with saws, chisels, gouges and handheld power tools. The directional qualities of my wall art are increasingly enhanced with added colour. The most recent work is about form, colour and relief shadows.

View my website http://www.anisotropic.co.uk/

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Telephone: 01803 875 496
Email: ray@anisotropic.co.uk
Website: http://www.anisotropic.co.uk/

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My News

Out of the Ashes / <span itemprop="startDate" content="2019-04-04T00:00:00Z">Thu 04 Apr 2019</span>Out of the Ashes / Thu 04 Apr 2019

Teign Artists are proud to announce their final exhibition and sale of work before disbanding and going their separate ways. The title -Out of the Ashes - was inspired by the spectacular burning of a 14' statue (seen in ...

My Events

Torbay Guild of Artists - Art Unlocked / <span itemprop="startDate" content="2020-10-17T00:00:00Z">Sat 17</span> to <span  itemprop="endDate" content="2020-10-31T00:00:00Z">Sat 31 Oct 2020</span> <span>(2 weeks)</span>Torbay Guild of Artists - Art Unlocked / Sat 17 to Sat 31 Oct 2020 (2 weeks)

A showcase of stunning images by the Torbay Guild of Artists. This exhibition will be held in the Spanish Barn. Entry to the exhibition will be socially distanced, safe and free. The Guild is an organisation ...

My Videos

Anisotropic Art on exhibition April 2013Anisotropic Art on exhibition April 2013

Keyboard and clarinet created a great ambiance.

My Friends

Tony Homer / Local painter

I lTony Homer / Local painterike to work outside in the landscape and collect images in sketchbooks and colour studies to help me work on ideas in the studio. Return trips are often required to complete works. Water, landscape, buildings and the ...