Ray Drea has taken his years of working with metal and enamel paints to create a series of Iconic figures from Bruce Springsteen, Bob Marley, Jimmy Buffet, David Grohl, Mick Jagger, Stevie Ray Vaughan to Ernest Hemingway.
Whether creating fine art or designing motorcycles, Ray is internationally known for telling compelling visual stories through an array of subjects, styles and media.
After discovering his talents at an early age, he broadened and honed his artistic skills, eventually becoming VP of Styling at Harley-Davidson.
Feeling the brush strokes and flow of paint is a consistent element to Ray’s work.
Ray is a recent inductee of the Sturgis Museum Hall of Fame, a recipient of the Chicago Brushmasters Lifetime Achievement Award, and a keynote speaker for the Industrial Designer Society of America. He holds twelve design patents for his design work at Harley-Davidson.
Ray’s work can be found in public and private collections around the world.