Reilly News and Events
January 26 - February 17, 2012.
Solo Exhibition at Bleicher
Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (In conjunction with the Getty
Pacific Standard Time Initiave). Reception,
Sat. Jan 28, 7-9PM
8 - December 16, 2011.
Solo Exhibition at McNish
Gallery, Oxnard College, CA
25 - October, 26, 2011. Solo Exhibition at Robert
Graves Gallery, Wenatchee College, WA
5 - 22, 2010.
"Jack Reilly-Breaking Away." Showcases a selection
of Reilly's earlier "Abstract Illusionism" geometric
paintings on complex shaped-canvases. Artamo
Santa Barbara, CA.
5 - July 31, 2010.
"Dreams and Realities" a group exhibition. The
Loft Gallery, Paso Robles CA.
20 - February 2, 2010.
"Project 5" Group Exhibition: The celebration
exhibition of the five year anniversary of Artamo Gallery,
Santa Barbara. Gallery artists present their artistic interpretation
of the concept of "Five." Artamo
Santa Barbara, CA
8 - November 6, 2009
"Jack Reily 3.5" Solo
exhibition covering thirty-five years of painting, featuring
four distinct periods in the progression of Reilly's work
on shaped canvas. California
State University Channel Islands, Camarillo, CA.
"Synthesis." Works created from multiple parts
to form a whole. This show includes diptychs, triptychs
and/or quadruples by Janet Bothne, Agustin
Francoise Issaly, Jack
N. Mohr, Taraneh Mozafarian, Jack Reilly abd Michelle Y.
Santa Barbara, CA.
23-May 22, 2009 "The Non-Objective Object."
Group exhibition featuring four Southern California abstract
painters: Bonita Helmer, Ruth Pastine, Jack Reilly, Mick
Exhibitions Gallery, California State University
Channel Islands, CA.
21-March 1, 2009 "Review 4" The four-year
review of four successful years of introducing and exhibiting
contemporary artists from California, the United States
and beyond. Artamo
Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA.
2009. Jack Reilly was interviewed
by Moly Barnes on her weekly radio program "Art News"
on KCSN radio, Northridge, Los Angeles -- Click
here to Listen --
2008 - January 18, 2009. New work
on paper by Jack Reilly is on exhibition, along with Janet
Bothne, Jack N. Mohr, Michael Moon, Mick Reinman, Suha Sin,
and Norton Wright. Artamo
Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA.
2008. Paintings from Jack Reilly's
"New Abstraction" series are featured in the John
Spoor Broome library gallery in the 2008 art faculty exhibition
at California State University Channel Islands. The exhibition
continues through October 30, 2008. The new university library
is a landmark building, designed by world renowned architect,
Sir Norman Foster. This fabulous space offers numerous,
dramatic exhibition areas located throughout the bright
and airy structure.
5, 2008 . Jack Reilly's exhibition
"Painting in Shape" opened at Visual Art Studio
in the arts section of Richmond, VA. The exhibition continues
through October 30, 2008.
|June 14, 2008.
Jack Reilly's exhibition "Diamonds" opened in
Paris at the Galerie Pavillion du Val de Grace, Paris American
Academy, after a one week delay due to the paintings being
held by French customs pending additional documentation.
Reilly's third solo exhibition of 2008 opened at the Upfront
Gallery in downtown Ventura CA.
Reilly's "New Abstraction" series opened in Los
Angeles at Jose Drudais-Biada Gallery, Mount. St. Mary's
A review written by critic Josef Woodard on Reilly's exhibition
at Artamo Gallery in Santa Barbara was published in the
Santa Barbara News Press. Woodard referred to Reilly's
new paintings as "maximal...ascetic action painting...they
fall into some nether region in the contemporary art scheme
and are more personal and richer for it."
In the Santa Barbara Independent, writer Aly Comingore
refers to Reilly's new paintings as "enormous works
of art..." in her review "Three reasons Why Jack
Reilly's Art Make Math Fun."
California Thinkin' at the CSUCi Exhibitions Gallery in
Camarillo, CA featured a group of artists who created artwork
especially designed for contemporary skatebaoards. Reilly's
piece "Technicolors" was based on a spin-off of
his current New Abstraction series and included in the exhibition
that was cocered in the V.C. Reporter by writer
Marked the opening of "Ebb/Flow" at the East-West
Gallery in Santa Barbara, CA. The unique exhibition showcased
"surf related fine art" which included custom
surfboards painted by a select group of well-known California
artists. Reilly's piece entitled "King Tut Thruster"
consisted of Reilly's signature brushwork in a mosaic of
colors across the deck with the entire bottom and rails
of the board guilded in lustrous gold leaf.
Reilly's new video sculpture "Prime Time Viewing"
was included in the international invitational exhibition
"Electronics Alive IV" at the Scarfone/Hartley
Gallery, University of Tampa, FL