In the late 1970s, Jack Reilly broke into the Los Angeles art scene with abstract paintings that depicted light, space, and geometric structure. A subsequent series of museum and gallery exhibitions led to him being recognized as an original member of the Abstract Illusionism movement, and as one of the foremost artists working in shaped canvas today. Throughout the years, Reilly has maintained an affinity for working with shaped canvas, complex visual systems, and meticulous technique. His paintings are exhibited in galleries and museums internationally and included in numerous public and private collections.
Below you will find samples of work from various periods ranging from the late 1970's to current explorations in abstraction. Sizes range from 5ft to 10ft. executed in acrylic polymers with the more recent pieces incorporating metallic pigments in acrylic.
Additional information regarding prices is available upon request. Commissioned work based on previous painting styles are available.
Installation View, Marilyn Butler Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ, 1982