Cary Reeder, a Miami, Florida native, has made Houston, Texas her home since 1996. Working in multi-media including paint, paper, and colored vinyl, and using nature as reference, she is keenly interested in how color impacts emotion, and how light, shadow and space create ephemeral sensory experiences. Her work has been included in numerous exhibitions, and in solos shows at Art League Houston, Mystic Lyon, Galveston Arts Center, Optical Project/Bill’s Junk and Lawndale Art Center. Her sculpture, “Treeodesic Dome” was included in the public art project True North 2021. She is a past recipient of an Individual Artist Grant from the Houston Arts Alliance and in 2014 was a Hunting Prize Finalist. Her work been featured twice in New American Paintings and Acrylic Artist. She teaches at Art League Houston.