John Reynolds

Born in Auckland in 1956, Reynolds received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Auckland in 1978 and held his first exhibition in 1980. From his 12-metre long painting Hope Street and his 7000 piecework Cloud to works on postcards and stamps, Reynolds paintings arerich with literary, religious, art historical and architectural allusions. Reynolds is widely considered to be one of New Zealand'sfinest artists.

Recent highlights of his career include being nominated asone of four finalists in the inaugural Walters Prize (2002) and completing Snow Tussock, his first large-scale, site-specific work at Macraes Heritage and Art Park in East Otago.

Reynolds work is held in all major private and public collections, including the Gibbs Collection, the Congreve Collection, the Chartwell Collection and the collections of the Auckland Art Gallery, the Dunedin Public Art Gallery, the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery in New Plymouth and Te Papa. He continues to live and work in Auckland.

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