All images herein are © William P. Reimann
unless otherwise noted or credited
William P. Reimann received his M.F.A. from Yale University in 1961, at the height of one of the most fertile and exciting eras at that institution. Working with Joseph Albers, Rico Lebrun, and other important artists, Mr. Reimann gained early recognition for his extraordinary artistic versatility and technical genius. On the forefront of design techniques in Plexiglas and steel, his works were exhibited at--and entered in the permanent collections of--the Whitney Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in New York before he had completed his graduate work. His art is permanently lodged in the National Gallery in Washington in the J.D. Hatch Collection of American Drawings.
Mr. Reimann's artwork can be found in numerous public, corporate, and private settings. Most recently, he has been working on intimate, beautifully envisioned works in wood and metal.
This site launched April 2000