Born at Fort Hood in Killeen, Texas, Ray LeBoeuf grew up in Plano, Texas and went on to study at the University of North Texas where he completed a General Studies degree with Majors in Art, Computer Science and Philosophy. While at the University he took a painting class taught by noted artist Vernon Fisher who encouraged him with his instruction and critiques. After graduating he moved to New York City.
His first show in NYC was Media-Life, at Ward-Nasse Gallery curated by Robert Curcio. Many shows followed, including Anxious Times at Weber State University, Wall to Wall at Tribeca 148 Gallery, Size Matters at Gale Gates Gallery and Twisted Reminiscences at The New York Law School. Bill Arning accepted his work in the White Columns registry. After becoming acquainted with the Amos Eno Gallery, he was invited to join and his submission was unanimously approved. Later he served on the gallery board where he helped out with card design and conceptual guidance for the group shows. Ray’s solo exhibition at Amos Eno Gallery, Variety Show was well received.
In 1999, Ray created his first TV Pictures, his photographic work which often resemble an abstract painting. He was invited to display his work at RARE Gallery for the group show, Photosynthesis.
After moving to Dallas, Texas in 2003. He has participated at several gallery shows including CVA Design Collective, 500X Gallery, The McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Kettle Art, the Davis Foundry, The Contentintal Gin Building in Deep Ellum, and Beaudry Gallery on Dragon Street.