Welcome to the Hillside Gallery

               
   
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

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   Tap me gently (but appropriately)
if I did not see you arrive and tell you about the galleries.  


Pictures in the Gallery hallway are actual works of the artists.
Open galleries will display larger illustrations and narratives of the various works.
Works to be displayed include those of current or past residents, or works depicting scenes within the Hillside Historic District by artists outside the area.
ENTER GALLERIES THROUGH THE OPEN DOORWAYS.

 

 

Cecelia Geraldine Reynolds

 
   
  Cecelia was a lady who genuinely loved participating in the experience of living.  She loved art, crafts, writing and teaching.  She continuously engaged and stimulated her students, expanding the boundaries of their imaginations.  One who went on to become an author always credited her with launching him as a result of her creative writing sessions in elementary education.
Other former students remained life long friends in contact with her until her passing in 2002.
She also loved her country cottage, built by her father, in Bethlehem, Connecticut, a location where she walked in the woods, painted on locations and picked those bushels of wild blueberries which she magically turned into a winter's supply of jelly and jam.
 
 
       
 

J. A.  Reynolds, Jr.

 
   
  Photographer, writer and graphic artist.  Mr. Reynolds has dedicated much effort into documenting the people and places within the Hillside Historic District and serves as the webmaster for this website "HillsideHistoricDistrict.com".
His camera is his friend.  His images are his life.
 
 
                                                      


GALLERY 3

ON RESERVE FOR BETTY JUDGE

 

William C. Reynolds

   
     
  Muralist and conservator William C. Reynolds' work has included portraits for the Tennessee State Capitol building in Memphis, biological illustrations for studies at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, historic mural recreations for the Valentine Museum in Richmond, Virginia, and three impressive twenty-foot tall murals in Boston's Marriott Long Wharf Hotel.
For three years he painted and gilded with renowned mural painter Jan Henryk de Rosen.  He is currently executing a 25 foot mural for the Governor's Mansion in West Virginia.
   
 
 
GALLERY 6 AVAILABLE FOR OCCUPANCY

IF YOU ARE AN ELIGIBLE ARTIST
AND WISH TO OCCUPY THIS SPACE
WE CAN FIX IT UP FOR YOU AT NO CHARGE.

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