Reflection by Reinhard Reitzenstein

Tom Krysiak, '47 Centre Street', L'Arche Daybreak, Canada

Tom Krysiak, ’47 Centre Street’
L’Arche Daybreak, Canada
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Artist: Tom Krysiak

Title: ’47 Centre Streeet’

At first glance it was like seeing an X-ray of a city street where everything is inter-related, everything is transparent. I could imagine the drawing animated – it is so joyous and engaged – with the liveliness of the characters and cars and the celestial bodies all vibrating together as a whole. It is truly a celebratory work that seems to lift life up to examine and engage in. It makes me smile through its exuberance.


Reinhard Reitzenstein 
Reinhard Reitzenstein was born in Uelzen, Germany, in 1949. He is represented by the Olga Korper Gallery, Toronto, Canada and by Lutz Teutloff Media Projects in Germany. He has exhibited extensively internationally and his work is represented in over 50 public and corporate collections internationally. Reitzenstein is an instructor in sculpture and interdisciplinary studies, Director of the Sculpture Program, and past Director of Graduate Studies at the State University of New York (SUNY), USA.

www.reinhardreitzenstein.com