Kyle T. Randall

Hi. I'm Kyle and I make art. And this is my website. Welcome.

hand holding pyramid painting

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Gallery

I started making art as an adult around 2008. In 2018, I began to take my art more seriously and began to invest time and energy into it. Over the past two years, I have explored many different styles, themes, and ideas. Below are just a few of these.

Current Works

I have a number of works for sale. Head over to Current Works to see more!

Deering Ave Upper (2020)
Watercolor and ink on paper. 4"x8".
$150

Deering Ave Upper detail

Houses and Buildings

I have always loved looking at buildings and the way that they pile upon each other. More recently, I have started illustrating the city around me and my favorite buildings. For this project, I start with a pencil sketch. Once I am happy with the sketch, I ink with pens. The last stage is the watercolor paints. This setup lends itself to portability and painting on site, which is a key factor for my process.

Sacred Heart Church (2020)
Watercolor and ink on paper. 8"x8"
Private collection

City Skyline #1 (2020)
Watercolor and ink on paper. 8"x8"
$225

Tandem Bakery (2020)
Watercolor and ink on paper. 5"x8"
Private collection

Concord Street (2020)
Watercolor and ink on paper. 8"x8"
Private collection

Interiors

I started painting my studio space in 2018. After doing three of these, I was hooked. I fell in love with exploring how we collect items and make spaces our own. I started drawing and painting my spaces and the spaces I found myself in. This practice became a cataloging of space and possessions.

Studio Improvisation #1 (2018)
Acrylic on canvas. 30"x32"

Night Kitchen (2020)
Acrylic on canvas. 28"x32"

Living Room, Park Ave (2020)
Acrylic and soft pastel on canvas, 18"x24"

Living Room and Kitchen, A street (2018) 
Acrylic and soft pastel on paper, 18"x24"

Geometrics

I love exploring geometric non-representational ideas. I find that this is the work that challenges me as an individual and as an artist. Abandoning representation allows exploration of pure aesthetic and form. I find this challenging, demanding and invigorating.

Koi Geometry (2019)
Acrylic and soft pastel on canvas. 32"x46"

Seagulls (2019)
Acrylic and soft pastel on panel. 8"x12"

Squares and Space and Time (2018)
Acrylic on paper. 18"x24"

Blue and Yellow Exploration (2018)
Acrylic on canvas. 28"x32"

concrete man and woman statue

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