H. Reed Armstrong

H. Reed Armstrong is a renowned sculptor, whose works have been critically acclaimed as a revitalization of the Spanish mystical tradition of the “Golden Age” as seen in the work of El Greco, Zurbaran, Alonso Cano, and Martinez Martiñez.  He places his artistic training at the service of his dedication to Catholic art education.  He taught Art History at Christendom College and was the director of the Magi Center for Catholic Art at the Catholic University of America.  Mr. Reed’s articles have appeared in such publications as Crisis Magazine, Communio, Latin Mass, and the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Quarterly.  He is a member of the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars and was the recipient of the American Maritain Association’s 2005 “Humanitarian Award.”




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