I strive to create work that is engaging and original. I primarily work non-objectively so that my intention is to not directly represent an object or individual from life. I do, however, often use proportions and forms from the real world as inspiration. I believe that sculpture should be exciting and new to the viewer and yet still contain an element of familiarity. My hope is that upon experiencing my work the viewer has the feeling of being shown something they have never seen before yet they still feel strong, indefinable and compelling connection.
Kyle recently completed a commission for the Trust for Public Land in Tennessee. He created eight sculptures, two for each of the four trailheads for the Stringer's Ridge mountain biking trails.
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Appalachian State University graduate student Bradley Green wrote an original composition inspired by Kyle's sculpture "Journey to the Top of Looking Glass," currently in the Rosen Sculpture Competition at ASU. Click Here to listen