Dark-Ornate-Picture-FramePaige Reynolds is a Canadian visual artist based out of Toronto, Ontario. She has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Guelph; she studied fine art at Sheridan College followed by visual effects at Humber College.

Paige’s artwork is macabre, surreal and figurative. Her main influences include horror, literature, film, art deco, renaissance art and the obscure. She works with oils, pencils, photography, and digital painting. Paige has been involved in art exhibits in both Canada and the US and her art has been featured in numerous publications and blogs.

Along with illustrator/graphic designer Justin Erickson, Paige has founded a company called Phantom City Creative focusing on entertainment design for film, television and music. Paige also applies her artistic and creative skills in the entertainment industry working as a motion graphics artist and visual effects compositor. She has worked on feature films, television series, documentaries, music videos and short films.

Art Exhibits:

Mondo House Party IV (Austin, TX 2019)
The VACVVM: Silent Aviary II (Austin, TX 2018)
Mondo House Party III (Austin, TX 2018)
Shadowood Collective: Betwixt and Between the Monsters We Dream (London, ON 2018)
Small Wonders: An Exhibition of Tiny Art (Hamtramck, MI 2017)
Shadowood Collective: Do We Make You Uneasy? (London, ON 2017)
Below the Line: An Exhibition of Modern Film Posters (Hamilton, 2016)
Horror Queens (Toronto, 2015)
iam8bit Entertainment System (Los Angeles, 2013)
If They Came From Within (Montreal, 2012 & Toronto, 2013)
Ladies First (Toronto, ON 2012)
Bazaar of the Bizarre (Toronto, ON 2012)
hART (Toronto, ON 2012)
DAMNED IV (Detroit, MI 2011)
Corpus Illuminata: An Anatomic Interpretation (Detroit, MI 2011)
God Save The King: The Faces of Death of Elvis Presley (Toronto, ON 2011)
The Crazy Monsters (New York, NY 2011)
Shadowood Collective: Stranger! (London, ON 2011)
DAMNED III (Detroit, MI 2010)
Bazaar of the Bizarre (Toronto, ON 2010)
Pop with Brains (Toronto, ON 2010)
Festival of Fear (Toronto, ON 2010)

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