Kaylee Reynolds (b. 1997) is a Jamaican artist and designer, currently based in New York City
Using paintings and digital mediums, her work is primarily focused on movement and expression of the body through dance and portraiture in various spaces, both literal and metaphorical. As a creative, she also explores illustration and photography in her spare time. 
Kaylee is a graduate of New York University, where she received her BFA in Studio Art with a minor in Business of Entertainment, Media and Technology.
For work inquirieskayleereynoldsja@gmail.com
For art printssociety6.com/kayleereynolds
Instagram: @kayleereynolds.art 

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E X H I B I T I O N S

2021
Saatchi Art's The Other Art Fair, Brooklyn, New York. November 4 - 7
Mirror in the Dark. Visionary Art Collective, Online Exhibition - July 24 - August 20
2020
If We Wander Nowhere Determined. Senior Thesis, Online Exhibition.
Betwixt and Between. Commons Gallery, New York University. January 29 - February 15
2019
Class Activities Board 2019 Senior Exhibition. New York University. 
2018
Echo-Projections. Undergraduate Student Art Organization (USAO) Annual Exhibition. Commons Gallery, New York University. November 28 - December 15
ENTERCONNECTIVITY. The Commons Gallery, New York University. September 16 - 29
Project Home. The Shapeshifter Lab, Brooklyn, NY. April 15 - May 15
2017
SELF. The Rosenberg Gallery, New York University. December 6 - 18
Jamaica Culture Development Commission (JCDC) Visual Arts Exhibition and Competition.
jux·ta·po·si·tion. The Rosenberg Gallery, New York University. February 22 - March 5
2016
Undergraduate Student Art Organization (USAO) Annual Exhibition. “There Goes The Neighborhood.” Commons Gallery, New York University. November 9 - 20
Jamaica Culture Development Commission (JCDC) Visual Arts Exhibition and Competition.


P R E S S / P U B L I C A T I O N S

Orenda Arts Journal, Vol 11, No.III. Summer 2021.
Create! Magazine. Issue 23, Empowering Black Figures Through Digital Art. January 2021.
NYU Q, Spring 2019 Issue. Exploring (Dis)connection
Washington Square News. “Steinhardt Artists Celebrate Black Experience, Excellence.” 21 February 2017.

H O N O R S  &  A W A R D S 

2019
May & Samuel Rudin Family Foundation Scholarship: Artistic Achievement in Multimedia Technologies.
2018
NYU Steinhardt Undergraduate Student Government Award: Excellence in Studio Art.
2017
Martin Wong Foundation Scholarship: Recognition in Studio Art
2016
Top Youth Entrant: Jamaica Cultural Development Commission - Visual Arts Competition & Exhibition.
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