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Charles H. Reinike III (New Orleans, 1947-)

Education:
BA Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA Philosophy, Ancient Greek Language, Fine Art

Professional Experience:
Gallery Owner 1971-2008

Guest Lecturer: Longue Vue Gardens. New Orleans, LA 2005
Atlanta College of Art 1999
Art Instructor—Jewish Community Center, New Orleans, LA 1979-79
Dominican College Adult Continuing Education 1976-78
English, Comparative Religion Teacher—Central Catholic High School, Morgan City, LA 1969-1970
Sculpture Assistant for Armin Scheler LSU Sculpture Department 1968-69

During the past forty years, I have produced, paintings, murals functional art and sculpture for public spaces and private homes.  As a restorer, I saved a number of important works in historic buildings in New Orleans, where I once lived.  I have continually developed techniques that allow me to create art works that are not limited by traditional materials and that are uniquely appropriate to their settings.  I search for beauty and harmony, but my paintings also have a message for the viewer.

I began my career painting watercolor landscapes, but I also worked as a muralist.  Architectural elements were an important part of that work.  The large scale of the murals readily translated into the large canvases I now use.  Over the years, I had the opportunity to restore ecclesiastical art in a number of old churches in New Orleans.  This often involved research into religious symbolism.  Later, I was commissioned to do original artwork for churches and for synagogues.  This was a natural path for me, since in addition to my art studies, my formal education had centered primarily on the study of Philosophy and Ancient Greek Language.

One of my earliest solo exhibits dealt with Genesis and the Twelve Tribes of Israel.  It was a number of years though before these experiences solidified into a direction for me.  My interest in philosophy and metaphysics slowly found a voice in various works as I began experimenting along the way.  Watercolor gradually gave way to oils in my search for a certain timelessness to deal with where Man has been and where He is going.

It is hardly surprising that I pursued a career in art since I spent my earliest years working with my parents, who were both artists, and in the company of their friends who were also artists, designers, art collectors and patrons of the arts.  I grew up in New Orleans where the rich historical and cultural heritage of the city was an important part of my learning experience.

My mother, Vera, was from Hamburg, and was trained in the disciplines of design, fine arts and decorative arts.  She met my father, Charles Reinike, at art school in Chicago where he was completing his art studies.  They married, moved to my father’s native New Orleans, opened an art school, and began successful careers as artists.  The art school they opened in 1930 in the French Quarter eventually became Reinike Gallery and it continued in New Orleans until my wife and I moved it to Atlanta in March of 1988. Vera died in 1969 and Charles died fourteen years later.

I was born in New Orleans in 1947.  I was graduated from Louisiana State University in 1969 and received my degree in Philosophy with concentrations in Ancient Greek Language and Fine Art.  Upon graduation, I began to work with my father on large commissioned works, at first as an apprentice and later as a partner.  Over the past thirty years, I have developed my own style and symbols.  My works include paintings, pewter basrelief, pewter functional pieces, fired-enamel-on-copper, painted murals, fired-tile murals, serigraphs, and wood carvings.

In addition to commissioned work, I have produced eleven one-man exhibitions.

My wife, Edna, and I run the gallery where I also have a studio in the back. We have one daughter, Vera.

Solo Shows:
2006 Pathways
2004 Legacy
2002 Passage
1999 Arches II
1997 Arches
1992 The Decorative Arts as Fine Arts
1986 Facets
1977 Ode to a Changing Season
1974 Shekinah
1972 Neshoba
1971 Paintings and Sculpture

Public Installations:
The Bank of Perry, Perry GA 2007, commissioned paintings of Houston County, GA landmarks
The Fiderion Group, New York, NY 2007, commissioned paintings of Wall Street subjects
Christ the King Lutheran Church, Norcross, GA 2001, commissioned pewter, fired-enamel-on-copper and burled elm memorial for chapel
Morgan Keegan & Company, Memphis, TN 1996-97, commissioned painting of the Battle of Memphis
United Bank of Pike, Zebulon, GA 1995, commissioned paintings of Pike County landmarks
Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, Sandy Springs, GA 1993, decorative elements using classical architectural fragments as design motifs for lounge and restaurant
United Bank, Barnesville, GA 1993, commissioned mural 6’ X 30’ of Lamar County landmarks
Decorator’s Showhouse, Atlanta, 1991, Trompe L’oeil mural depicting doors and garden for area designed by interior designer Rebecca Stahr
High Museum, Atlanta, 1989, commissioned mural of German countryside and interior vignette for Morgan and Allen Gallery at High Museum Art and Antiques show
Temple Sinai, New Orleans 1989, Polychromed Tree of Life
Coopers & Lybrand Board Room, Atlanta 1988, Polychromed metal-leaf panels of panoramic skyline view of Atlanta
Coopers & Lybrand Board Room, New Orleans 1985, Polychromed metal-leaf panels with view of New Orleans from the Westbank
Pontchartrain Hotel, New Orleans 1983-1985, paintings for Founder's Room, mural and decorative motifs for Patio Room, faux marbre in entrance
Our Lady of Prompt Succor, Westwego 1980-1981, 1985, decorative work and gilding in church, paintings for Parish Hall, St. Frances de Sales Cathedral, Houma 1982, wood carving of Lamb and Cross
Royal Orleans Hotel, New Orleans 1981, decorative designs for furniture to match existing pieces
National Shrine for The Order of St. Lazarus, New Orleans 1980-1981, design of shrine with bas relief mural in cast stone, altar of cast stone, plaster shields for each commandery, design for gates and all decorative elements
Southern Eye Bank, New Orleans 1979, bas relief of BPOE emblem in cast pewter inlaid in elm commissioned paintings
Our Lady of Victory Church, French Quarter 1977, decorative motifs and gilding
St. Catherine of Sienna Church, Metairie 1977, decorative work and gilding
Capitol House Hotel, Baton Rouge 1976, faux tapestry mural
Gottesman Insurance Company, Sanlin Building Board Room, New Orleans 1975, painted murals of New Orleans Panorama
 4141 Club St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans 1975, suede mural over bar commissioned paintings for game room
Jackson Barracks Adjutant General's Building 1969, 18 watercolors depicting old Jackson Barracks on permanent display in visitor's section
Nathaniel C. Curtis Architects, architectural renderings, Albrecht and Meyers 1986, sign
Thomas B. Holcombe Architect 1981-1984, architectural renderings, models
Louisiana National Guard 1970, architectural renderings for Master Plan Team for Military Buildings

Paintings in Corporate Collections:
The Fiedrion Group, Atlanta, GA
Erbe, USA Incorporated, Marietta, GA
Morgan Keegan & Company, Memphis, TN
United Bank of Pike, Zebulon, GA
Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Sandy Springs, GA
United Bank, Barnesville, GA
IAS, Atlanta, GA
Amoco (Board Room), New Orleans, LA
Standard Oil of Indiana, Chicago, IL
Comprehensive Planning Associates
Coral Petroleum, Houston, TX
Three Bs Corporation, New Orleans, LA
Coopers & Lybrand, New Orleans, LA & Atlanta, GA
LAASCO, Mandeville, LA

Articles:
Atlanta Journal-Constitution December, 2007 “Entering a spiritual world” by JerryCullum
Atlanta Journal-Constitution June 2006 “A painted history of writing” by JerryCullum
Review of Pathways exhibition
Atlanta Journal-Constitution December 2004 “Views of spirituality from the symbolic to sweetly mystic” by JerryCullum Review of “Legacy” exhibition.
Atlanta Journal-Constitution June 2003 “At Reinike Gallery-A Flag for Reflection” by JerryCullum Review of “Freedom’s Journey” painting
Atlanta Journal-Constitution December 24, 1999 “At Millennium’s end, images of transition” by Jerry Cullum Review of “Arches II” exhibition
Veranda Magazine, Fall 1995 “Vine Art--Two Disciplines Entwined” by Linda Clopton Article about pewter and cherry billiards room by Charles H. Reinike III in an Atlanta home
Peachtree Magazine June 1991 “Fabulous Showhouse” Article about 1991 Decorator Showhouse in Atlanta with photos of mural by Charles H. Reinike III in progress and completed
Peachtree Magazine September 1990 “Trompe l’oeil” by Rebecca Stahr Article about trompe l’oeil illustrated by photos of mural work by Charles H. Reinike III
New Orleans Magazine October 1984 “Conservators Help Preserve Grandma’s Heritage” by Pat Phillips Article about restoration with a focus on fire-damaged mural in the Pontchartrain Hotel that was preserved by Charles H. Reinike III
The Times Picayune/The States-Item April 9, 1983 “Restoration with the Master’s Touch” by Roger Green Article about the renovation and painted and gilded decoration of private residence in New Orleans by Charles H. Reinike III
The Times Picayune/The States-Item January 2, 1982 “Uptown Mansion Restored to Grandeur” by Lettice Stuart Article about the renovation and painted and gilded decoration of private residence in New Orleans by Charles H. Reinike III
The Times-Picayune/The States-Item Saturday, June 6, 1981 “Decade of Labor Restores Convent” by Roger Green Article describing historic restoration by Charles H. Reinike III of the Ursuline Convent and Our Lady of Victory Church in New Orleans Vieux Carre
Clarion Herald, April 23, 1981 “Old Ursuline Convent--Archiepiscopal Residence” by Frank Methe and Florence Nerman Photo essay about restoration of Old Ursuline Convent and Our Lady of Victory Church
State Times, Baton Rouge, LA Tuesday May 26, 1981 “New Orleans Convent Rich in History Now Open to Public” by Lynn Dias Article and pictures about restoration of Old Ursuline Convent and shrine for Order of St. Lazarus by Charles H. Reinike III
The Times Picayune/The States-Item December 4, 1980 “Ancient Order, Chivalric Group gives Royal Opening to Artfully Decorated American Shrine” By Sharon Litwin Article about shrine for Order of St. Lazarus by Charles H. Reinike III
The Clarion Herald, August 16, 1979 “Westwego Church to be Rededicated” by James Everett Article and pictures of Westwego church decorated by Charles H. Reinike III
West Bank Guide, 1977 “St. Catherene of Siena Church Dresses up for Christmas” by Debbie Grant Article about Charles H. Reinike III and his decorative work in a New Orleans Church
The Times-Picayune November 12, 1972 “Sisterhood to Dedicate Tree of Life” Article and picture of Tree of Life by Charles H. Reinike & Charles H.Reinike III for Temple Sinai in New Orleans

Residential Commissions:
Country Club of the South 2002 Painted Panels and Mirror with Rose Garden Motif
Country Club of the South Atlanta, 2001 Painted and Leafed Trumeau
West Wesley Road, Atlanta, 2000 Maple Sideboard with Pewter Wisteria
Orlando, FL 1999 Pewter Lamp
Naples, FL, 1999 Pewter and Steel Console and Pewter Waterlily Lamp
Horseshoe Bend, Roswell, GA 1999 Pewter and Steel Console
Country Club of the South, Alpharetta, GA 1999 Pewter Kudzu Swag Lamp
Longwood Drive, Atlanta 1998 Painting with Sculpted Elements
Stephens Mill Run, Atlanta 1997 Coffee table inlaid with fired enamel on copper elements.
The Grand, Atlanta 1996 Decorative work with grape leaves and faux stone
Woodruff Plantation Parkway, Marietta, GA 1996 Painting with architectural frame depicting view of Atlanta
The Oaks, Atlanta 1996 Trompe l’oeil mural of view from penthouse
The Oaks, Atlanta 1995 Commissioned wall-hanging
Jett Road, Atlanta 1995 Painted mural with European motif over fireplace
Paces Ferry Road, Atlanta 1995 Decorative work, faux stone walls
South Carolina, 1995 Commissioned painting with Orientalist motif
Mt. Vernon Road, Atlanta 1995 Decorative finish on cabinets
Peachtree Road 1995 Carved cherry and pewter wall cabinets for silver collection
Washington, D.C. 1994 Commissioned hanging folding screen of city view
Jupiter, FL 1994 Pewter and glass waterlily console and silver-leafed carved mirror
Grogan’s Ferry Road, Atlanta 1994 Decorative work, faux stone walls
Jonesboro, GA 1994 Painted mural of Georgia subjects for dining room
Park Place, Atlanta 1993 Painted and carved hanging folding screen of Tuscany landscape
Woodward Way, Atlanta 1993 trompe l’oeil ceiling with clouds and painted ceiling mouldings
Buckhead, Atlanta 1992 custom designed and hand-cast pewter elements for leaded glass window wall by Pat Vloeberghs
Country Club of the South, Atlanta 1992 custom designed and hand-cast pewter elements for leaded glass window by Charles Pinson
Columns Drive, Atlanta 1992 custom designed mahogany, pewter and fired-enamel table
Peachtree Road, Atlanta 1991 painted mural and decorative work
Spalding Drive, Atlanta 1991painted mural
Peachtree Road, Atlanta 1989 design and creation of cast-pewter and cherry billiards room in Art Nouveau treatment, including pewter wall sconces, wainscoting and cornices, fireplace, table elements, chair design
Sarasota, FL 1988 pewter and glass waterlily table
West Andrews, Atlanta 1988 mural and decorative work in dining room
Ranch, Lindale, Texas 1988 fired tile mural in kitchen
Paces West Drive NW, Atlanta 1987 trompe l'oeil mural of window seat and window in stairwell
Country Club Drive, New Orleans 1985 mural in entrance foyer
Farnham Place, New Orleans 1985 mural in entrance foyer
123 Walnut, New Orleans 1983-1984 pewter bas-relief panels, bar top, and cabinet doors inlaid in walnut
St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans 1981, 1983 mural in dining room and commissioned painting for hallway
St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans 1980-1983 murals and design motifs in entrance foyer, living room, powder room, den, music room and study
Richmond Place, New Orleans 1983 mural in dining room
Walnut Street, New Orleans 1975 mural on domed ceiling of stairwell Joint Commissions With Chas. H. Reinike
West Jefferson General Hospital, Marrero, LA 1983 joint design and execution of mural depicting Westbank scenes
Pontchartrain Hotel, New Orleans, LA 1983 joint design of mural and execution of mural and decorative motifs
Our Lady of Prompt Succor, Westwego. LA 1980-1981 joint design and execution of mural above altar
Congregation Gates of Prayer, Metairie, LA 1975 design and joint execution of fired enamel on copper Tree of Life
Broussard's Restaurant, New Orleans, LA 1974 joint execution of fired tiles for entrance foyer
Bon Ton Cafe, New Orleans, LA 1973 joint design and execution of pewter bas-relief of New Orleans scene behind bar and three panels of pewter basrelief inlaid in walnut depicting Louisiana fish and fowl
Temple Sinai, New Orleans, LA 1972 joint design and execution of pewter bas relief inlaid in pecan Tree of Life, joint design and execution of polychromed wood children's Tree of Life.
Lakelawn Park Mausoleum, New Orleans, LA 1971 assisted in modeling and casting pewter bas-relief mounted on marble
Our Lady of Guadeloupe, New Orleans, LA 1969 assisted in painting ceiling medallions

Residential Restoration:
St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans 1985 conservation of gilded antiquities
Audubon Place, New Orleans 1984 mural restoration
Prytania Street, New Orleans 1982 folding screen restoration
Prytania Street, New Orleans 1982 mural restoration
Exposition Boulevard, New Orleans 1982 mural restoration
St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans 1980 mural restoration
Nashville Avenue, New Orleans 1976 mural restoration
Vincent Avenue, Metairie 1976 Commercial Restorations:
Metairie Country Club, Metairie, LA 1985 cleaned and restored mural originally painted by Vera Reinike
Maison Hospitalier, New Orleans, LA 1985 restored chapel, altar, statues, gilding
Pontchartrain Hotel, New Orleans, LA 1983 cleaned and restored fire-damaged mural by Chas. Reinike in Caribbean Room Restaurant
Jax Brewery Development Corporation, New Orleans, LA 1983 restored ceiling mural painting from original brewhouse boardroom
New Orleans Country Club, New Orleans, LA 1982 cleaned and restored mural by Vera Reinike in dining room
St. Charles Building, New Orleans, LA 1979 restored faux marbre columns in lobby
Our Lady of Victory Church, New Orleans, LA 1977-1978 restored statues and gilding restored original ceiling design and repainted missing areas
Civic Theater Disco, New Orleans, LA 1972 enhanced stage designs and gilded decorative motifs
Waldhorn Company, New Orleans antique restoration
Lyonel F.T. Stone Antiques, New Orleans, LA antique restoration
Southern Yacht Club, New Orleans, LA 1986

Signature note: C.R.III; C. Reinike III

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