George Reynolds was born in Ann Arbor Michigan and moved to the Connecticut River Valley in 1970 to attend Wesleyan University. He has been a mathematician and computer scientist, teaching at Union College and the University of Massachusetts Amherst and working in IT at various Western Mass companies.
His interests are music (old-time fiddle and classical piano), sculpture and he is currently interested in traditional methods of marbling paper and fabric. He lives and works in Whately, MA. Marbled Scarves: Although traditionally marbling was done on paper, exactly the same process can be applied to many fabrics simply by applying alum as the mordant just as with paper, prior to marbling. These are one-of-a-kind hand marbled Habotai (China) silk scarves, created using the same marbling technique that is used with paper and tiles. They are hand washable with light soap and can be dry cleaned. You can also find George's marbled notecards at Salmon Falls Gallery. Visit George's website at www.suspensions-design.com
"When Many Act as One," an installation of 100 felted Pinch Pots
Shelburne Falls galleries and businesses celebrate a different theme or simply focus on what's new in their venue the 2nd Saturday of each month. Please come and enjoy all our small town has to offer.
BIG WHEEL PRESS: Monoprints by Lisa Hersey & Broadsides by Chris Campbell is the featured exhibit for the next Second Saturday, November 11. Join us for this reception 4-6pm with music by Blue Moon Trio. Also featured is a fundraiser for The Arms Library right here in Shelburne Falls. Check out ShelburneFalls.com to be updated on all the doings in town!