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Charlyn Reynolds Exhibition

April 13 - July 31

Charlyn Reynolds is a sculptor and installation artist who received her BFA in 2011 at Illinois State University in glass, under the instruction of John Miller. After graduating from ISU, she was hired by the Toledo Museum of Art as a studio technician and pate de verre instructor. Concurrently, she worked for the Corning Museum of Glass performing live glass blowing demonstrations on Celebrity Cruise Lines while educating the public about glass as an artistic medium. In between working, she has developed her skills further by taking intensive classes at many craft schools from world renowned artists such as Kimiake and Shin-ichi Higuchi as well as Martin Janecky. She was able to expand her glass sculpting skills during the two-month class with Janecky and later worked for him at his studio in Fairbanks, Alaska. In 2019, Charlyn received her MFA in Intermdia/Glass from the University of Texas at Arlington. She now resides in Miami, Florida, working as a gaffer for Fine Art Handcrafted Lighting and continues to make her own artwork.


April 13
July 31
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Duncan McClellan Gallery
2342 Emerson Ave. South
St. Petersburg, FL 33712 United States
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