Reinhard Reitzenstein born in Uelzen, Germany studied at the Ontario College of Art, Toronto, Canada. He is based in Grimsby, ON, Canada and Buffalo, NY, USA. His work has consistently taken him into processes exploring ways to interconnect nature, culture, science and technology. His work crosses several disciplines: indoor installation and sculpture, photography, digitally processed images; large-scale drawings; outdoor tree-based installations and sound art. Reitzenstein has held over 100 solo exhibitions and participated in some 300 group exhibitions in North America and abroad. He has completed over 20 public art commissions along with numerous private commissions. His work is represented in over 50 public and corporate collections internationally, among them the National Gallery of Canada; the Art Gallery of Ontario, Teutloff Collection, Bielefeld, Germany; CONAC, Caracas, Venezuela; City of Pirkkala, Finland; Trilogy, Austin, Texas; City of Toronto Parks; National Capital Commission. He is currently an Associate Professor at SUNY, Buffalo where since 2000 he has been the Director of the Sculpture Program. At Cape St. Mary’s he will conduct a workshop on drawing Tuckamore.