Robert Reynolds is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. He works in many mediums and styles and finds inspiration from nature, humanity, war and history. His artistic nature can be described as always experimenting, mastering and moving forward. In his studio, located right on the corner of 4th and Spring in Downtown Los Angeles, you can find him painting a photo-realistic forest scene with his fingers in a matter of minutes, carefully mixing and assembling cardboard, sawdust, and branches into his next canvas, to playing with vibrant color and sprinkling a little humor into a new series dedicated to a dancer. From solemn to carefree, appreciation of life and nature to acknowledgment of war and destruction, Reynolds is an educator to all in his expressionism. His paintings and massive sculptural installations of planes, boats, and automobiles that have been shown around the U.S. and featured in the Pergamon Museum in Germany.