He is a self-taught visual artist who enjoys working with many media. His focus the past few years has been acrylic on canvas, working out of Studio 211 in the California Building in Northeast Minneapolis. He also enjoys serving as a DJ for special events and creating unique visual designs for special events.
In 2010 Reynaldo received the Minneapolis Arts Commission “Award for Community Involvement in Public Art” for his design of the stained glass window “Awakening” constructed by The Goddess of Glass, Connie Beckers, that is permanently installed in the Loring Park Community Arts Center.
The Friends of Loring Park commissioned this prominent quatrefoil stained glass window to celebrate and honor the flora and fauna of Loring Park. It took Connie more than 1,000 hours to assemble the approximately 3,000 pieces of glass that Reynaldo’s Art Deco inspired design. It incorporates elements of Loring Park both literally and figuratively.
Reynaldo shares his California Building studio with his husband, Karl Reichert, a photographer, illustrator, and writer, who also serves as executive director for Textile Center, a National Center for Fiber Art.