We are pleased to feature the works of Reinhardt Hollstein at the March-April exhibit at the Burien Arts Galley Wall, Highline Heritage Museum, 819 SW 152nd Street, Burien, WA.
The Museum is reopening to the public on March 5 with limited occupancy.
Reinhardt’s most recent works are what he calls “electronic touch audible paintings.” His paintings of iconic musicians such as Jimi Hendrix, the Beatles, and Bob Marley can be touched to play a 30-second music clip of their music.
Reinhardt’s preferred medium is acrylics, but he has also worked in pencil, charcoal, pastels, and watercolors. He has loved to paint and draw since childhood and is self-taught.
Reinhardt presented a Zoom class for In the Artist’s Studio series in October 2020.
He works as a Controls Analyst with The Lighting Group, Seattle, a firm that designs and installs complex lighting systems for large commercial installations.
Born in Kansas, Reinhardt now lives in Auburn.
All works on display are for sale. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for information on purchasing.
Our venue the Highline Heritage Museum reopened March 5 after two pandemic-related closures. Museum Executive Director Nancy Saguaro McKay (above center) cuts the ribbon. Artist Reinhardt Hollstein is far left. See https://highlinehistory.org/ for information on the current schedule. (Photo: Claire Yurdin)