Tamara Reynolds' installations and process-based work explore states of liminality in the everyday. Her work involves the collecting of fragments, drawing from various aesthetic sources of cultural significance to produce evocative connections among them. Her soundscapes invite navigation of space and place making through fleeting, sonic encounters.

She received a BS from Southwest Texas State University and her MFA from the Maine College of Art in Portland in 2011. Her sculptural installation and sound works have been exhibited internationally and are included in both private and corporate collections. The artist currently lives and works in both Virginia and New England.



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