Sara Reynolds is a contemporary artist based in Kinston, North Carolina, known for her dynamic and expressive approach to mark-making, improvisation, movement, and color.
Born and raised in the heart of the American South, Reynolds developed a deep appreciation for the natural world and its colors and patterns at an early age. She studied at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Painting and Drawing.
Reynolds' art is characterized by her intuitive and spontaneous approach to mark-making, often using a variety of tools and materials to create layered and textured compositions. Her work is heavily influenced by her interest in movement, and she often incorporates gestural elements and calligraphic lines into her pieces.
Reynolds' improvisational process allows her to explore new ideas and techniques as she works, leading to a sense of discovery and surprise in the finished piece. Her use of color is also a defining feature of her work, with bold and vibrant hues often dominating her compositions.
Reynolds' art has been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout North Carolina, including the Gatewood Gallery in Greensboro and the Arts Center in Carrboro. She is also an active participant in the Durham arts community, and is involved in a number of local initiatives aimed at promoting arts education and access.
Through her art, Reynolds seeks to create a sense of connection between the viewer and the natural world, inviting us to explore the beauty and complexity of the world around us