During his lifetime, Wade Reynolds created museum quality paintings using a soft, almost pointillistic oil painting technique which he developed over the years. Using tiny brushes, Reynolds produced a translucent surface quality that gave his figures an incredibly lifelike appearance.
Wade was not only a pioneer with his unique style, but he was also in the forefront of bringing attention to the nude figure during a less than accepting era. Throughout his constant career Wade Reynolds painted both male and female nudes with sensitivity, respect, and dignity reminiscent of the works created during the Renaissance.
In 2004 Reynolds was honored with a retrospective show at the Arnot Art Museum in New York.
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