Raymond Saá is a Cuban-American artist working with abstraction and creates work on paper and canvas. Saá’s process-oriented work deconstructs and reconstructs natural elements, generating motifs that reference the artist’s Cuban roots, and connect natural forms with an architectural process.

Saá was born in New Orleans, raised in Miami and currently lives in New Jersey. Educated at New World School of the Arts, Miami, FL; Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MA (BFA); Parsons New York, NY (MFA)

Selected solo exhibitions: Morgan Lehman Gallery, The Blue Bird, New York, NY; Pentimenti Gallery, Tin Tin Deo, Philadelphia, PA; Pentimenti Gallery, Monstera Deliciosa, Philadelphoa PA; Court Gallery, Raymond Saá, William Paterson University, NJ; Locust projects, El Dulcerito Llego, Miami, FL; Crossley Gallery, Ringling School of Art and Design, Ahi Viene el Frutero, Sarasota, FL; Queens Museum, Bulova Center, Raymond Saa, Queens NY; White Columns, White Room, Lindo Yambú, New York, NY.

Selected group exhibitions: McKenzie Fine Art, Step by Step, New York, NY; Hunterdon Art Museum, Thread Hijack curated by Mary Birmingham, Clinton, NJ; Chautauqua Visual Arts Gallery, Wallpaper Diaries, Chautauqua, NY; The Dodge Foundation, Black, white and green, NJ; Islip Museum, Cut outs, Islip, NY; Wave Hill, Glyndor Gallery, transplant/ transculture, New York, NY; Museum of Art Puerto Rico, The S-files, San Juan, PR; El Museo del Barrio, El Museo’s Bienal, The S files,  New York, NY.

Selected awards and residencies: Philadelphia Museum of Art, and Philadelphia Mural Arts, an artist response to Matisse in the 1930s, Philadelphia, PA;
NJ State Council on the Arts Fellowship; Public Art for Public Schools PS 357X, New York, NY; Joan Mitchell Center Artist in Residence Program in New Orleans, La.; Pollack Krasner Foundation, New York, NY;  Joan Mitchell Foundation, New York, NY.

Collections: US Department of State, Art in Embassies, Matamoros, American Embassy, Mexico; NYC Public Art in Public Schools, NY; Pérez Art Museum, FL; New Orleans Museum of Art, LA; Queens Museum of Art, NY; US Department of State, Art in Embassies, Tiawana American Consulate, Mexico; Lexus Corporation, CA; Fidelity Corporate Art Collection, MA; Delta Airlines, NJ & LA