Medium: Acrylic monoprint
Size: 14" x 11"
Reynolds received her art education from Massasoit College, Brockton, Massachusetts, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Massachusetts College of Art. She describes her work as her heart, soul, visual poetry, and mission. Modern art and the Bible are her strongest influences. Reynolds uses acrylic paint as it allows her the freedom of painting, repainting, scraping, changing, and collaging until she feels truly happy with the piece as a whole. Her work has been reviewed by the Corpus Christi Gallery Times, 1994 and Corpus Christi Channel 6 News. She has work in collections including: Billy Graham Center Museum, Wheaton Illinois; Biblical Arts Museum, Dallas, Texas; and The National Museum of Women in the Arts Archives, Washington, DC.
Her selected solo exhibitions include: Townsend Memorial Gallery, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1996; TN Art Center, Columbia, 1995; St. Peter's Gallery, Citicorp, New York, 1994; Biblical Arts Museum, Dallas, 1993; Corpus Christi Art Center, Texas, 1991; Tarasan Gallery, Corpus Christi, 1989; Estelle Stair Gallery, Rockport, 1988; Cottonbrook Gallery, Vermont, 1987; and Warren Art Gallery, New York, 1986.
Her selected group exhibitions include: ARK Gallery, Springfield, Massachusetts, 1997; A-1 Art Space, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1996; Bauhaus Gallery, Wilmington, North Carolina, 1996; Georgia State University, 1996; Sunflower Gallery, Tupelo, Mississippi, 1996; Visions Gallery, Albany, New York, 1996; Muse Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri, 1995; Billy Graham Museum, Illinois, 1995; Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, 1994; South Texas Art Museum, 1994; Calleria Tonantzin, California, 1994; Alternative Space, Austin, 1993; Dallas Biblical Arts Museum, 1993; Women Artist of the West, California, 1992; Billy Graham Center Museum, Illinois, 1992; and Galleria Chapperal, Corpus Christi, Texas, 1991.