Myke Reilly is a San Francisco artist who creates modern abstract works. Reilly’s works are large scale, minimal in composition and rely on a limited color palette to explore depth of form. He has collaborated with many noted artists of the period such as Rex Ray, Tom Bonauro and Charly Brown in the genres of sculpture, film making, and electronic sound installations. His dynamic sense of color and sound translated well into all forms of media and was supported by San Francisco's exploding high technology movement.
Born in San Diego in 1961 and learned to paint under the guidance of his uncle, mid-century desert painter Jerry Reilly. He now lives between Buenos Aires and San Francisco and dedicates his time and vision to creating large-scale paintings and interior murals.