Rhee Reamy
Rhee Reamy
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Ragamuffin

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Edge of Extinction

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Faceted

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Flower Dream

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UFO

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Winter Trees

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Dark Soul

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Dancing Trees

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Assimilation

About Rhee Reamy

Rhee Reamy was born and raised in Western Arkansas and attended Huntington & Mansfield schools. He’s returned to Huntington in retirement, surrounded by the beautiful Ouachita Mountains. Reamy has a BSE in education, attended graphic design studies at University of Arkansas, Fort Smith (2005 – 2008) and continues to hone his skills, as learning never ends. Rhee has been in multiple exhibitions over the last several years, notably, Delta Mid-South Exhibition, UCA One Man Show, Fort Smith Regional Museum, BANG (Bohemian Artist Network Group), Arkansas Arts Council SWOP (Small Works on Paper), Bauhaus Prairie International Gallery, Art On the Border and “Art in Isolation” North Dakota Museum of Art.

I am a visual explorer. I work across analog and digital formats to create ideas and stories. It is a synthesis of photography, illustration, typography, and collage. The work combines spatial integrity, while exploring dissonances and connections within the images. I may do multiple versions of a project until I find the best elements of tension and harmony. Change is the nature of things, and I work to explore the parameters. Miles Davis said, “If you want to keep on creating, it has to be about change”. We are not one-dimensional creatures but part of the universal spectrum. My current work is exploring veils of color vibration and movement.

About the art

Rhee Reamy was born and raised in Western Arkansas and attended Huntington & Mansfield schools. He’s returned to Huntington in retirement, surrounded by the beautiful Ouachita Mountains. Reamy has a BSE in education, attended graphic design studies at University of Arkansas, Fort Smith (2005 – 2008) and continues to hone his skills, as learning never ends. Rhee has been in multiple exhibitions over the last several years, notably, Delta Mid-South Exhibition, UCA One Man Show, Fort Smith Regional Museum, BANG (Bohemian Artist Network Group), Arkansas Arts Council SWOP (Small Works on Paper), Bauhaus Prairie International Gallery, Art On the Border and “Art in Isolation” North Dakota Museum of Art.

I am a visual explorer. I work across analog and digital formats to create ideas and stories. It is a synthesis of photography, illustration, typography, and collage. The work combines spatial integrity, while exploring dissonances and connections within the images. I may do multiple versions of a project until I find the best elements of tension and harmony. Change is the nature of things, and I work to explore the parameters. Miles Davis said, “If you want to keep on creating, it has to be about change”. We are not one-dimensional creatures but part of the universal spectrum. My current work is exploring veils of color vibration and movement.