His rural Arkansas upbringing and his early career as a civil engineer have influenced Ray in his work. His designs are thought out with architectural purpose, while combining the beauty that simplicity exudes. Through the 80’s, Ray pursued his passion for design by owning and operating a leather shop where he handmade leather bags, belts, purses, saddles and other custom made leather products. In conjunction with this operation, Ray also designed and cast brass belt buckles for his handmade belts.
For many years, Ray has worked in custom wrought iron products. With this media his specialty work consists of custom gates, screens and distinctive entryways that grace homes and businesses. He also offers a collection of home and garden accessories. This year his studio is filled with butterflies, moons and stars and other collections to enhance your garden and patio
Come visit his studio for ideas on various designs for your home or ask about custom projects.
Depart AR-66 / W Main St toward Oak Ave, 58 ft
Keep straight onto AR-9 / AR-66 / E Main St, 0.6 mi
Turn left onto AR-5 / AR-9 / AR-14 / Sylamore Ave, Days Inn on the corner, 5.4 mi
Keep straight onto AR-5, 16.6 mi
Turn right onto AR-56, 2.8 mi
Bear left onto AR-223, 1.1 mi
Turn left onto AR-177, 2.2 mi
Turn left onto Trotter Acres Private, and then immediately turn right onto Sawyers Hollow, 0.3 mi
Keep straight onto Solar Rd, 0.5 mi
Arrive at Rosenquist / Warren Studios