Ray Mead was an expressionist painter & founding member of the artist Collective Painters Eleven . Born in Watford, UK, Ray served in the Royal Air Force from 1939-1945 as a Mosquito Fighter Pilot. Ray moved to Hamilton, Ontario, Canada after World War II in 1946. Soon after resettling, Ray joined the Maclaren Advertising Agency as an Art Director & Vice President for 30 years. While working for Maclaren he never stopped painting & showing his art internationally. Ray's passion for creating art can be seen below...
"Little Jewels" (1946-1965) :
A retrospective collection of smaller works enjoyed by his beloved wife Mary Lockett Mead
Many of Ray's later, larger works can be viewed at the Christopher Cutts Gallery and in the links below...
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