Ray Heus

American Painter and Printmaker


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New ~ 2013

Moonrise on the Sound
Woodblock 5.5" x 5.75"

Framed $685

Vly Lake
Moku Hanga Woodblock 3" x 4.5"
$235

Boats at Boat Meadow
White Line Woodblock 4" x 5"
$300 Framed

New ~ 2013

Barnstable Harbor Flats

$350 Framed
$320 Unframed

Image Size 4.25 x 6.25
Framed Size 12.5x14.5

White Line Woodblock

New ~ 2013

The Days are Drawing In

$675 Framed
$645 Unframed

Image Size 5 x 7
Framed Size x

White Line Woodblock

New ~ 2012

Crows in Winter

$175 Framed
$150 Unframed

Image Size 4.5 x 6.5
Framed Size 12.75 x 14.75

Woodblock

New ~ 2011

Showtei Crows

$525 Framed
$490 Unframed

Image Size 5 x 7
Framed Size 13 5/8 x 15 5/8

Woodblock


Wading in the Gulf

$300 Framed
$270 Unframed

Image Size 5 x 4.25
Framed Size 13 x 11

Woodblock Edition 25

New ~ 2013

Sunset
Second State

$675 Framed
$640 Unframed

Image Size 8 x 6
Framed Size x
Woodblock Edition

New ~ 2010

Sesuit Salt Marsh

$500 Framed
$465 Unframed

Image Size 5 x 4.25
Framed Size 13.5 x 15.5

Woodblock Edition 15


Berkshire Winter

$185 Framed
$155 Unframed

Image Size 5.3 x 5
Framed Size 12 x 10

Woodblock Edition 40

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"Moon
and Crow"

Woodblock

Image 7 x 5
Framed 16 x 13

$500 Framed
$465 Unframed

Woodblock Edition 30

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Evening Snow, Cape Cod

$375 framed
$345 unframed

Image Size 6" x 4.25"
Framed Size 14.75" x 12.75"

Woodblock Edition 30

Evening Snow, Towne Cove

$675 Framed
$645 Unframed

Image Size 8 x 6
Framed Size 16.75 x 14.75

Woodblock Edition 25

Beach in Winter

$275 Framed
$245 Unframed

Image Size 5 x 4
Framed 15 x 13

Woodblock Edition 35


Ray Heus Biography

Ray Heus is a New England painter and printmaker with over 30 years experience. Heus' work reveals his love for sailing and the water in his woodblocks of New England, Canadian coastal areas and the Carribbean.

Ray Heus was born in Oak Ridge, Tennessee and grew up on Long Island, in the Virgin Islands, and in western Massachusetts. A graduate of Cornell University, he also studied at the University of Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany and with Washington, D.C. artists Jo Harrop and Nancy Hirsch.

Heus work reveals the influence and his great admiration for 19th and 20th century Japanese master printmakers, especially Hiroshi and Toshi Yoshida and Kawase Hasui. Influences from western artists include Whistler, Homer, and the Canadian printmaker Walter Phillips. His primary medium is moku hanga, the traditional Japanese way of making color woodblock prints.

Over the years he has had numerous one-man shows and has exhibited at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond and in the Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors. In 2006 Heus produced a series of woodblocks for "Dusk to Dawn: A Nocturne Exhibit" at McBride Gallery in Annapolis, MD. Ray Heus' work is included in several public and numerous private collections. His work is in the collection of the Cape Cod Museum of Art.

After ten years in Rappahannock County, Virginia Ray Heus lives on Cape Cod, Massachusetts where he paints, prints, builds wooden boats, and sails.

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