Raymond in Beverly Hills




The Beverly Hills Art Show
May 21st & 22nd
10 am to 6 pm both days
I am in space #140 in the first park between Rodeo and Beverly Drives. Come, check it out.
For more detailed information about the show (e.g., maps, times, parking, food, etc.), visit the City of Beverly Hills website at


  1. Hello from Canada. I am simply mesmerized by your work. Oh, if I only lived closer.I would love to see your work in person.I have become a huge fan of yours. Your manipulation of the paint to make the mundane stunning is genius! I hope to procure a small painting of yours as soon as it can be afforded (need a nod from my own "spousal unit" hehe). I am just starting out painting, ("puttering" you could say). May I ask if you have a favorite brand of oils/mediums and how long they take to dry? Thank you in advance Raymond. By the way, just so you know; your hilarious commentary makes you instantly like-able and adds to the attractiveness of your art, making it magnetic in my opinion. Just saying. Take care. Brenda.

    1. Hello, Brenda. Thank you for your nice comments. ••• I use a lot of paint, a lot, and I tend not to be brand loyal, at all. What ever is gooey enough and doesn't cost and arm and a leg—maybe just a leg—usually works for me. ••• Drying time on my work has less to do with the paint that I use than how thick the paint is applied. Some of my small work can dry in six months, while some of my larger work might be a year or two. They all dry to the touch in a month or two, but the paint underneath is still wet—kinda like a pimple.


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