Ava Reynolds, in her abstract prints and paintings, examines the relationship between environmental beauty and degradation, challenging traditional landscape representation. By using imagery and vibrant color referencing climate change data and toxicity, she works to highlight environmental injustice. Ava received a B.A. in Global Sustainability and a B.A. in Studio Art, concentrating in printmaking, from the University of Virginia. She is currently based in Jackson, WY, and has most recently participated in local art fairs and a public mural show. Ava is also involved in local climate advocacy, but finds creative expression of climate change a unique opportunity to communicate the urgency of our time.