Vegas Magazine - Benedetta Pignatelli March 2010
The exhibition also covers the formation of Dray’s 5ive Finger Miscount art collective, which has had a profound effect on the city’s underground and urban art culture.
The subject matter is pretty consistent: the street, the music and the ladies. The artist's style is an unmistakable fusion of Cubism and street art, very cool and very urban, exalting and analyzing the female form from every possible angle.
Local Vegas Artist Spotlight: Dray
Who Needs Picasso Anyway?
Medium City 0f Las Vegas - June 2018
Curb San Francisco - October 2018
Pac Heights would scarcely have a mural presence at all if not for Las Vegas-based artist Dray's oddly titled “David Chiu Mayoral Mural.” The building was briefly the headquarters of Chiu's mayoral bid in 2011, of which this piece is the only lasting legacy.
After a Five-Year Hiatus, Downtown Art-Scene Pioneer Dray Returns
Vegas Seven - March 2010
Dray’s painting styles, ranging from cubist-influenced, geometrical designs and abstract expressionism to stylized portraiture and graffiti-flavored works, displaying in one space the flexibility that’s earned the artist fans in both the fine- and street-art worlds.
The ninth annual Paint the Town celebrates fine art while benefiting Aid for Aids of Nevada hosted by Zappos.com and curated by Dray.
New Mural at The West Las Vegas Arts Center
Vegas Seven - PJ Perez April 2015
DRAY’S “NO PICASSOS” TRACES THE ARTIST’S DECADE-LONG IMPACT
13 overlooked and forgotten murals of San Francisco
Dray, who served on the First Friday Advisory Committee and is a gallery owner in the Arts District, was selected from a group of artists that applied for the mural program in September 2017.
New exhibit explores a decade of artistic works by a Las Vegas expatriate
Arts District icon “Dray” Wilmore shows his work March 4 through 31 at Laura Henkel Fine Art in The Arts Factory
He was making a name for himself in San Francisco, working on public murals and teaching art to at-risk youth.
6 New Murals To Be Unveiled In Lower Polk's Hemlock Alley
Las Vegas Weekly - Danielle Kelly March 2010
CANNABIS INSPIRES AND HELPS OUR LOCAL ARTISTS THRIVE IN DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS. THIS MONTH, SHE SPEAKS WITH DRAY WHO IS LOCATED AT THE ARTS FACTORY IN DTLV.
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