Gwynneth Reynolds and Pat Hurrell
Bernard Reynolds was renowned as a teacher of sculpture at Ipswich. He lived and worked there from the early 1950s until his retirement in 1980, after which his energetic but quiet presence became a constant feature of the East Anglian art scene.
After early studies in London and associations with Henry Moore and Surrealism, Reynolds returned to Norwich, where he became a passionate founder member of the Norwich 20 Group of artists before teaching took him to Suffolk. His production of a significant body of work, especially in sculpture, will be a revelation to some who think of him primarily as an inspiring teacher.
270 x 210mm