Shows, sightings and chance encounters

Zachary Reid’s mixed media work “Red Circle” was chosen as one of 90 winners in Art Elevated, a juried outdoor exhibit hanging in the Garment District in Manhattan (Sept. 12-Oct. 31, 2018). The piece, a work in paper and paint on a wood panel, depicts a woman inspired by a recent trip to Vietnam. It can be seen on 39th Street between Sixth Avenue and Broadway, just around the corner from Bryant Park, which happens to be one of Zach’s favorite places in New York.

Zachary’s photo "Fountain Lake" was part of the Click IV exhibition in February 2018 at glavekocen gallery in Richmond (1620 W. Main St., Richmond, Va.) and was subsequently purchased by Capital One for its corporate collection. It’s hanging in a cafeteria on the company’s suburban Richmond campus. With a friend in the right place, and the ability to gain a security clearance, you can see it there.

Zachary is a member of the Uptown Gallery in Richmond, Va. (1305 W. Main St., Richmond; or see www.uptowngalleryrichmond.com). He doesn’t currently have anything on display there, but he should again in the future. He’s also a member of the Crossroads Art Center (2016 Staples Mill Road, Richmond, or see www.crossroadsartcenter.com), where he participates in occasional shows, juried and not.

A large selection of Zachary's paintings and mixed media pieces is available at Liberty Head Arts & Found (44 Main St., Liberty, Maine.; or see www.libertyheadartsandfound.com).

In August 2018, Zach was in Maine himself to participate in the Coastal Maine Residency Program for the Creative Arts.

He’ll be in Italy in early October, and in Utan and New Mexico in late October.

He doesn’t currently have travel plans beyond October, but he’s open to suggestions.