In the late 1970s, Jack Reilly broke into the Los Angeles art scene with geometric abstract paintings that depicted light, color, and illusive pictorial space, within a shaped-canvas format. A subsequent series of museum and gallery exhibitions led to him being recognized as an original artist of the Abstract Illusionism movement, and one of the foremost artists working in shaped canvas today. Known for his complex structures, elegant visual systems, and meticulous technique, these works are executed in acrylic polymers with the more recent pieces incorporating metallic pigments in an acrylic base. The artwork displayed on this page represents a current and historical overview of Reilly's abstract paintings.
"A Gesture of the Thought." 36x42 inches. Acrylic and metallic pigments on shaped canvas. ©2021
"Circles of Time" 40x52 inches, acrylic on shaped canvas.
"Basic Object" 42x60 inches, acrylic and metallic pigments on shaped canvas.
"In Full Cry" 72x72x5 inches, acrylic and metallic pigments on (3) shaped canvases, ©1983
Jack Reilly "Point Blank." 39x42 inches acrylic on shaped canvas, ©1981
"Jazz" 72x96 inches, acrylic on canvas, ©1979
Additional information regarding artwork availability and price is available upon request. Commissioned work requests will be considered.
Installation View, Aaron Berman Gallery, New York, NY.