Reynard seems to see what we do not, or, if we are so inclined, what we do not yet see. He draws us forward, and inward, and ultimately upward. His work is replete with life and complexity and defies categorization in the standard pantheon of artistic trends. His work asks, rather than asserts, and invites us to answer for ourselves.
A painting carries within itself nostalgia for that which wished to be expressed and finally could not be said. Nostalgia for a different reality, a moment perceived and impossible to transcribe. There is suffering in the process of the birth of an image, suffering in the constant uncertainty found at each step. At the best moment, the one we call 'the man of art' becomes an instrument through which movement and energy take form.
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