Lynne Reynolds Biography
Lynne Reynolds originally began her fine arts education at Rhode Island School of Design studying furniture design with the late Danish master furniture-maker, Tage Frid; sculpture with the incomparable Arnold Prince; and photography with the late Harry Callahan.
After departing Providence for New York, she worked for a decade in the field of commercial photography as an intern, assistant, and then studio manager, eventually becoming an accomplished architectural photographer.
Later, she received her bachelor's degree in architecture from California College of the Arts in San Francisco. She worked in, and served the profession in California through many years of AIA leadership roles at the local, state and national levels, and has published print and online articles on numerous subjects of architectural interest.
She relocated to Arizona in 2010, and since then she has done freelance design work in a wide variety of creative media. She is passionate about all aspets of art and design, and continues to work in as many different forms as she has ideas and time.
Currently, she is engaged in developing two sculpture series called "Domestic Disturbances" and "Totems." She is also working on a line of furniture for her firm, ottobraccia:maker, while simultaneously working on three book proposals for a small, Tucson-based publishing company.