Gayle Visentine Reynolds has been practicing art and design over her entire life. She holds a BFA in Interior Design and Art History from Maryville College in St. Louis, Missouri. As an artist, Gayle has studied numerous art forms, most recently at The School of the MFA, The DeCordova Museum School and at The Cape Cod Museum of Art. Her paintings and collage works have appeared in juried exhibitions at The DeCordova Museum, Duxbury Art Association, The Falmouth Artists Guild where one of her mixed media works won best of show and at The Cambridge Art Association where her work "Stormy Day" was recently juried into the 2006 Members Prize Show. Two works were also juried into the Bromfield Gallery's Holiday Show in Boston. In August, 2007 her painting "Invasion" was juried into the Emerging Artists of Cape Cod exhibit at the Cape Cod Museum of Art. The same painting, was featured in FIAC Catalogue in 2011 in a full page ad for Artnow International Corporation.
Currently, Gayle is total immersed into painting, mixed media, and collage work. She also explores mood and emotional nuance using color, dynamic physical gesture and controlled accidents to create larger, bold abstract paintings in acrylics as well as other mediums. The effects of light, color and spatial relationships along with variegated surface textures express the passions in our lives.
Gayle's art studio is located in Lexington, Massachusetts. She is also an active member of The Cambridge Art Association.