Lora Reynolds established her gallery in 2005. She had been working in London
and New York
with Anthony d’Offay and Matthew Marks Galleries before starting out on her own, and used her connections to bring contemporary artworks to Austin that would not have otherwise been shown. The Lora Reynolds Gallery
consists of a main exhibition space which holds six to eight exhibitions per year and a project space with four to six installations per year. The gallery represents a wide variety of emerging, mid-career and established national and international artists including the highly collected Ewan Gibbs. Reynolds has an original, accessible approach to her gallery and exhibits works across all media including drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, film and video. The gallery also collaborates with local event organisers and online visual arts journals such as Glasstire in order to get more people interested in contemporary art.