February Exhibitions at Reynolds Gallery


  • February 22, 2019

Opening reception Feb. 22, 7-9 p.m.

Patrick Berran | In Sunshine

In his first solo exhibition with Reynolds Gallery, Patrick Berran presents a group of acrylic paintings on panel and several works on paper. Berran explores fresh territory through his provocative and experimental techniques, creating works with layered “screens” of color and pattern rendered in acrylic paint and toner. His compositions transport viewers into a realm where space, texture, and opacity are not always what they seem, and intense colors seem to radiate from even the most matte of surfaces. Pictured: Untitled, 2019, Patrick Berran, acrylic and toner on panel, 47 x 35 inches

Carlton Newton | Drawing for Sculpture

In his third solo exhibition with Reynolds Gallery, Newton presents a series of Sumi ink drawings on paper, alongside sculptures constructed from stainless steel wire. Within his recent drawings, Newton depicts precise forms in black ink. The subjects of these works feel at once organic and manufactured, clearly harboring a connection to the artist’s study of both nature and technology. As the title of this newest exhibition suggests, the drawings exist as both unique works of art and a testing ground for the development of their three-dimensional counterparts. Pictured: Untitled, 2018, Carlton Newton, Sumi ink on paper, 30 x 22 inches.