Chang Reynolds is a listed painter, printmaker, and
educator, born in New York City in 1914.
He was a teacher and audio-visual supervisor in the
Pasadena, California school district for many years. He was trained at
Pasadena City College and UCLA, and was known for his circus research.
He was particularly interested in documenting elephant
history, and for a time was the President of the Circus Historical Society.
Lithographs by Chang Reynolds are in the collection of the Dallas Museum of
Art. He died in 1987.
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