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Dylan Reynolds
Engaging the Full Spectrum
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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Dylan Reynolds

DYLAN REYNOLDS

Engaging the Full Spectrum
October 27 – November 17, 2020
Reception: Thursday, October 29, 2020 6-8 PM

Emerging artist, Dylan Reynolds has experience working with oil and chalk pastel, painting, and photography. Skilled technically in a variety of media, her preferred medium is charcoal. Reynolds’ work depicts realistic scenes and observations often taking a dynamic approach at portraiture. She regularly takes commissions for portraiture or individuals and their loved ones. The artist holds a studio degree and is inspired by movements throughout art history. She is particularly drawn to the subject matter of feminist artists such as Barbara Kruger and Judy Chicago. Aesthetically, the artist draws from art movements which centered around precise and scientific line-making and composition resulting in predominantly non-abstract artwork.

Based in DC, the artist is inspired by nature and the various dynamics between women and modern society. Through collage and juxtaposition in her portraiture and artworks, Reynolds explores concepts such as the daily injustices and double standards that women face in their daily life. Reynolds hopes to inspire empathy and understanding through depicting new perspectives in realistic scenes and questioning the familiar.