Carolyn Reynolds is a brilliant innovator. The quasi-abstract canvases she creates from her Laguna Beach based Studio are produced using countless foils of thin gold leaf. Layer upon layer, the foils are applied to create a shimmering surface on which the artist places hummingbirds, waves, landscapes, flowers, and tumultuous ocean scenes. The vibrant gold and silver of Reynolds's work offer an image of celebratory splendor. Using a traditional process in a very contemporary fashion, Reynolds' golden canvases juxtapose subject and space in such a way that challenges our assumptions about the obligatory flatness of abstraction.