Denny Reed is an emerging female artist in South Florida and New York. For 25 years she owned an international seminar business that taught emotional intelligence and self development courses.
The gift she received from her seminar business was compassion for the sensitivities and expressions of her students.
Focusing emotionally and spiritually helps her connect to her art through the eyes of a Shaman. A Shaman represents the natural world and teaches balance in daily life.
A self taught artist she began painting in 2008. What emerged was a deeper inner truth that she was delighted to discover.
Her life path changed direction.
Collectors of her art feel the same strong resonance of the energies that she accesses.
Competitions and Awards
-2X Special Recognition Awards May 2011 and November 2011 Light Space & Time – Online Art Gallery Exhibition “Nature” and "Elements".
- 3rd place international winner September 2010 Light Space & Time – Online Art Gallery contemporary art for new and emerging artists. Exhibition “Abstraction”
The exhibits on Light Space &Time Online Gallery include 75 -150 artists competing from 15 different countries. Some of the countries represented include Canada, Russia, United Kingdom, Thailand, France, Taiwan, Australia, Croatia, Ireland, Sweden and the United States.
- May 2012 'People Are People' exhibition Artist Table Online Gallery
- May 2012 Salon des Refuses on Artist Table Online Gallery
- World Tour 2011-2012 Sketch Book Project with the Brooklyn Art Library and Art House Co Op
- Oct. 30 & Nov.2, 2010
18 Rabbit Gallery Fort Lauderdale Florida 'Day of the Dead Remembrance Altars"
-November 2010 interviewed for the independent creative arts magazine Somojo Magazine
- August 2010 published artist in Heart of a Woman available through Amazon.
-Feburary 2013 The Red Drum Restaurant, Bali Indonesia
-March 2012 Boynton Beach Redevelopment Agency Florida
-National Museum of the American Indian New York
- Artists of Palm Beach County, Florida
- Norton Museum, Florida
- National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington D.C.
- Boca Raton Museum Artist Guild Florida