The Art of Trompe L’oeil: A Group Exhibition
March 21st-April 30th
Reynolds Fine Art is pleased to present The Art of Trompe L’oeil, a group exhibition by the artists Gary Erbe, Larry Charles, Daric Gill, Michael Riddet and Lorena Kloosterboer. Trompe L’oeil is the stylistic practice of deceiving the eye. A genre used to create illusions of three-dimensionality with two-dimensional space. The artist reception will be held April 4th, from 5-8pm. Come join us and experience The Art of Trompe L’oeil.
Allegories of the Heart and Mind:
The Artwork of William Butcher
February 7th-March 14th, 2014
Reynolds Fine Art is pleased to present Allegories of the Heart and Mind, a solo exhibition by the artist, teacher and profound thinker William Butcher. Butcher works out of Connecticut and has been teaching at Suffield Academy for the past 30 years.
SMALL WORKS: A GROUP EXHIBITION
December 6th, 2013 – February 1st, 2014
Reynolds Fine Art is pleased to present Small Works, an exhibition of eclectic and diverse mediums, from metals to encaustics. This group exhibition will feature the work of seven different national artists, Mary Black, Daphne Taylor, Robert Reynolds, Margot Nimiroski, Geoffrey Pagen, Bradford Johnson and TJ Volonis. Whether it be through the use of encaustic, metal work, acrylic on panel, oil on canvas, ceramics, or even embroidered thread, each artist in this show will be exhibiting a selection of their work accentuating their desire to express.
November 1st- December 3rd, 2013
Reynolds Fine Art is pleased to present Daphne Taylor- Quilt Drawings, a solo exhibition of her artistic quilts and drawings. Daphne Taylor was born into a Philadelphia Quaker family with historic roots reaching over two hundred years. As an undergraduate at Rhode Island School of Design, she studied ceramics and developed her love of craft traditions. While working on her MFA in painting at the University of Pennsylvania, she continued her life long discipline of drawing, which to this day, influences stitching patterns in her quilt work. Her compositions frame challenging relationships of colors and other formal tensions, suggesting that there is never an easy or obvious blueprint to her quilts.
Reynolds Fine Art is pleased to offer a hand picked selection of early Vintage Drawings, Pastels and Woodcuts executed by artist, Susan Weinreich between the years 1974 to 1994. Two decades that span the transition of the artist’s descent and emergence from schizophrenia. Never ceasing to create, Weinreich gives us a raw, sometimes frenetic look into her past, yet inevitably hints at the promise of triumph. Susan Weinreich is a celebrated American Artist, Lecturer and Mental Health Advocate whose paintings and drawings have been exhibited across the nation. Ms. Weinreich’s artwork is in the collection of numerous individuals, public and private, including, The William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, Arkansas, the World Corporate Headquarters of Eli Lilly in Indianapolis, Indiana, and the Four Winds Hospital, in Katonah, New York.
INTO THE INTERIOR: PAINTINGS BY DANIEL BOHMAN AND FURNITURE INVITATIONAL
August 30th-October 1st
Reynolds Fine Art is pleased to present Into the Interior, an exhibition with the paintings of Daniel Bohman accompanied by various pieces of contemporary furniture. Furniture designs vetted by: John Stuart Gordon, the Assistant Curator in the Department of American Decorative Arts at the Yale University Art Gallery, Mark Simon, Partner, Centerbrook Architects and Planners, Sandra Vlock from Arbonies King Vlock Architects, and artist and furniture designer Boris Bally. Furniture Works by: Brenda Hall, James Schriber, Jean Bouteiller, Kevin Rodel, Mark Gravino, Mark Righter, Mary Little, Michael Danchak, Michael Pekovich, Robert Pearl, Spencer Luckey, Thomas Throop, and TJ Volonis. Reynolds Fine Art is proud to host an exhibition by such talents.
July 12-August 13
Reynolds Fine Art is pleased to present Mette Rishøj in her first exhibition in the United States. Mette Rishøj was born in Randers, Denmark. There, she studied art at Aerø School of Fine Art. Her work has been showcased in numerous collective and personal exhibitions throughout Copenhagen and other cities in Denmark. Mette’s work is strikingly energetic through her use of color and choice of subject matter resulting in a conceptual atmosphere one could get lost in. Rishøj’s paintings depict a place where even after the worst catastrophic event, there is still inherent hope.
MAKING WAVES: NEW WORK BY MARGOT NIMIROSKI
June 7- July 12, 2013
Reynolds Fine Art is pleased to present Margot Nimiroski in her first solo exhibition at the gallery. These works not only capture the tranquility of water, but the liveliness of the waves. More details…
May 3 – June 4, 2013
Reynolds Fine Art is pleased to present new work by gallery owner and namesake, Robert Reynolds. Stemming from his numerous visits to the Netherlands, these works explore the role of the horizon line through vivid Dutch landscapes. More details…
February 1-April 30, 2013
Reynolds Fine Art is pleased to present Anna Held Audette in her first solo exhibition at the gallery. This collection will showcase a selection of Audette’s paintings, prints and drawings that came out of her illustrious career as an artist, writer, and teacher, spanning over fifty years. More details…
December 7, 2012-January 31, 2013
Reynolds Fine Art is pleased to present Vista: A Study of the Land. This group exhibition will feature the work of nine national artists whose approaches to landscape painting are as diverse as their subject. More details…
November 2-December 1, 2012
Reynolds Fine Art is pleased to present The Line, an exhibition that examines the purpose and life of drawing in relation to art making. This group exhibition will feature the work of twelve different national artists whose use of the medium in this context broadens
the boundaries typically associated with its name. More details…
October 5-27, 2012
Reynolds Fine Art is pleased to present a two-person exhibition featuring Mary Black, a California native, in her debut at the gallery, along side new work by Robert Reynolds. More details…
September 7 -29, 2012
Reynolds Fine Art is pleased to present Linda Yoshizawa in her first solo exhibition at the gallery. Linda Yoshizawa’s artwork reflects the mixing of two cultures – Japanese and American. Using an innovative approach to printmaking, each of her monotypes are truly one-of-a-kind. More details…
April 21 – May 11, 2012
Reynolds Fine Art is pleased to present Wheels, a fine art exhibition and car, motorcycle, and bicycle show. The first of its kind in New Haven, this exhibit will feature art work that revolves around the theme of wheels. More details…
November 11th – December 23, 2011
Reynolds Fine Art is pleased to introduce our new show, an exhibition of small works in a variety of media including painting, ceramics, glass, and jewelry. This group show will feature the works of Josh Gold, Melody Lane, Robert Reynolds, Susan Roberts, Barbara Marks, and Steve Crohn. More details…
Meet the Artist: PAUL TAYLOR
October 22nd – 1:30pm
Paul Taylor began his work with photogravure in 1978. He received an MFA from The Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island in 1986. He founded Renaissance Press that same year. Renaissance Press is a fine arts collaborative atelier specializing in photogravure plate making and printing. The atelier has worked with a wide variety of artists including: Louise Bourgeois, Robert Mapplethorpe, Aaron Siskind, and Roy DeCarava. Renaissance Prespublications and prints can be found in numerous international museums collections.
October 14th – November 4th, 2011
Alexander Apostol, McDermott & McGough, Robert Adams, Debbie Fleming Caffery, Victor Vazquez, William Anastasi, Tom Baril, Dove Bradshaw,
Sally Mann, Luis Gonzales Palma, David Armstrong, Paul Taylor, Roy de Carava, Milagros de La Torre, Aaron Siskind, John Dugdale, Marta Maria Perez-Bravo.
AERIAL • Robert ReynoldSeptember 9th – October 7th.
Oil paintings from the AERIAL series. “Robert Reynolds’ new paintings construct a vision unfettered by the concerns of earth-bound reality. Seen through Reynolds’ eyes, flight permits a detachment from conventional associations of things and access into a magical, soaring reality where the natural and the man-made reveal their beauty in terms of color, shadow, and light.” – Professor Joseph Inguanti, Southern Connecticut State University.