Ray Geary (b. 1983) is a mixed media artist whose large scale work in resin and acrylic feature graphic abstraction and iconic, obtuse faces in equal measure. His process-driven works being with pours, which become the subjects of his compositions, seemingly acting of their own accord. Blending European traditions of "primitivism" and a pop-inspired sensibility toward the abject, his anthropomorphized spills and puddles offer a playful investigation into materiality.