Mark A. Reynolds’ Artworks

Mark A. Reynolds, Artworks

  • Mark A. Reynolds,
  • Bachelor of Science (1967) and Master of Science (1970) in art and art education with a special focus in drawing and printmaking, Towson University, Towson, Maryland
  • Forty years of experience in the fine arts
  • Thirty years in teaching art, twenty years teaching geometry and geometric systems, from an artist’s point-of-view, to undergraduate and graduate students at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco
  • Ten years experience as a freelance illustrator and designer
  • Writer and contributing editor for the Nexus Network Journal
  • Expertise in geometric systems used in art, design, and architecture
  • Special skills in drawing, with over forty years of drawing daily
  • Extensive work in the geometric analysis of paintings and architecture, including analyses of the Pazzi Chapel, Teotihuacán, the Kimball Art Museum and the Salk Institute, including conference presentations and publications, and an extensive study on Caravaggio’s possible use of geometric systems in his paintings
  • Twenty-three drawings accepted into the permanent collection of the Leonardo da Vinci Museum and Library, the Biblioteca Communale Leonardiana, Vinci, Italy
  • Work selected for the collection of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Legion of Honor, San Francisco
  • Member of the California Society of Printmakers
  • Chronology, exhibition history, course syllabi, and references available upon request

External Stimuli Mark A. Reynolds, The Drawing Center

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