Rondall Reynoso
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  • Alexandria, LA
  • United States
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Art Interests
Art History, Drawing, Education, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, Works on Paper
Artist / Personal Statement
Many ideas go into art. In my case, I often work with sociological and theological ideas. My art has dealt metaphorically with issues such as social grouping, the concept of race, the nature of virtue, reason and knowledge, and the relationship of choice to providence, among others. While all these issues are dear to me, and I believe of great worth, what unites my art is not the metaphors but the form: the line, the color, the texture.

Line has always been central in my work. Early on it was simply a tool in drawing and my early paintings were little more than drawings in paint. But, as my art became more sophisticated so did my use of line to the point where in the Virtue series a single line is the entire composition or as in the Collaborating with Providence series the stark black line becomes a point of subtlety with significant metaphorical thrust.

I almost laugh when I think about my use of color. My color sensibility has been described as anywhere from “ethnic” to “sherbet” and “candy”. There is no doubt that color is important to my work. It provides energy and an overt beauty. Artists often avoid the saccharin sentimentality of the pretty. But, the result tends toward a fear of beauty. There is virtue in beauty. It has the power to transcend the mire of the world in which we live and reflect what is beyond. I want to claim that power.

People often ask if they can touch my paintings. There is a tactility in my work. The drips or glass beads or wax-like surface seem to call to people’s fingers. But, the draw goes beyond the surface to the interior texture of the paintings which are built through many transparent layers. The visible physical depth, the literal history of the work invites the viewer, asking them to participate.
Accomplishments / CV

MFA/MS 2006
Painting & Art History, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

BFA 2001
Painting, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY



Adjunct Assistant Professor, Northwestern State University of Louisiana, Natchitoches, LA

Art Department Coordinator, Assistant Professor of Art, WFAB Gallery Director, Louisiana College, Pineville, LA



Calvin Center for Christian Scholarship, Grand Rapids, MI;

Christianity Contextualization and the Arts, Yogyakarta and Bali Indonesia (June 8-23)



Fibonacci Divided, Omega Gallery, Carson-Newman College, Jackson City, TN

Rondall Reynoso, Arla Ray Tyson Art Gallery, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Belton, TX

Recent Work, Piedmont College, Demorest, GA


Stratum, Kinlaw Library, Asbury College, Wilmore, KY


Mixing Metaphors, Hammons Gallery, Ouachita Baptist University, Arkadelphia, AR

Recent Work, JRB Art Gallery, Oklahoma City, OK


East Meets West: Christopher Kelly and Rondall Reynoso, River Oaks Arts Center, Alexandria, LA

Just Another Square, WFAB Gallery, Louisiana College, Pineville, LA

Metaphors, Centerline Gallery, Woodland, CA (Two person exhibition with Dianne Mattar)

Acrylics, Pamela Skinner, Gwenna Howard Contemporary Art, Sacramento, CA (Two person exhibition with Miriam Davis)


Whatsoever, Artisan Gallery, Sacramento, CA

Providence, Gallery W, Sacramento, CA

A Closer Look, Warehouse Christian Ministries, Sacramento, CA



Charis- Boundary Crossings (catalog)



Dordt College, Sioux Center, IA

Hansen Galleries, Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL

Dadian Gallery, Luce Center for the Arts and Religion, Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington, D.C.


Philadelphia Biblical University, Philadelphia, PA

Columbia Theological Seminary, Atlanta, GA


Metcalf Gallery, Taylor University, Upland, IN

Center Art Gallery and Gallery 106, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI



24th September Competition, The Alexandria Museum of Art, Alexandria, LA
Juror: Keith Perelli (catalog)

Faculty & Friends Invitational Exhibition, The Alexandria Museum of Art, Alexandria, LA
Curator: Sara Fuhrer


23rd September Competition, The Alexandria Museum of Art, Alexandria, LA
Juror: Kelli Scott Kelley (catalog)


Forever Summer, Denise Bibro Fine Art, Platform Project Space, New York, NY
Curator: Scott Malbaurn

Art, Spirituality & America III, on-line exhibition presented by the Secretary of Culture Suzano, San Paulo, Brazil (First place award)


Abstract Show, Freed Gallery, Lincoln City, OR


Paint Pink, Coughlin- Saunders Performing Arts Center & The Cabrini Hospital Gallery, Central Louisiana Arts & Healthcare, Alexandria, LA


Recent Work, The Gallery at Artists & Fleas, Brooklyn, NY

Pratt: Faithworks Comprehensive Show, Stueben Galleries, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

Pratt: Faithworks Chapel Show, Pratt Chapel, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

Explorations/ Innovations, Kingsborough Community College, Brooklyn, NY

The Grand Group Show, Corridor Gallery, Brooklyn, NY


Dimensions, Diesel Gallery, Brooklyn, NY



International Forum on Christian Higher Education, Sponsored by the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities, Atlanta, GA
Panel: Charis: Boundary Crossings- Neighbors, Strangers, Family, Friends


Bringing Creation to Praise: Arts and Faith Conference, Asbury College, Wilmore, KY
Panel: Artist Panel


Pratt Institute Masters Symposium, Brooklyn, NY, March 13, 2008
Paper: “Art in the Service of Evangelism: The Bob Jones Collection”

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