Tag Archives: folk

Colored Shapes (thirty squares of pink and yellow)

I created another set of 30 small paintings. I want to make large paintings out of a lot of these. I know it would never be the same. Each painting and each size has its own magic. Each painting has … Continue reading

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Do You Know What A Risograph Is? (I didn’t)

Hello again. I made some paintings on paper that Mike Lowery and I turned into prints using a Risograph. Do you know what a risograph is? I did not but now I do. Think of a so old school its … Continue reading

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Painted Folk Truck (Flip Side)

Hello. Last week I had a day with more hours unbusy than busy so I painted the other side of my family’s old truck. I painted the driver’s side earlier this summer. I think I need to drive this thing around— … Continue reading

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A Giant Stump (a passed old soul)

I was wondering through the woods and a field. It must have been 100 degrees. Maybe it was more than 100 degrees or maybe it was a little less but non the less I was mighty warm all over. I … Continue reading

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Bitter Southerner Film (the biscuit house)

I’m so happy to show you this little film Bitter Southerner made about me. Thanks to Troy Stains and Jason Travis for riding around in my truck and filming me talking about biscuit houses and thunderstorms. If you ever are … Continue reading

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Self Portraits (new paintings in my hands)

I have made a lot of new art in recent days. I took pictures of myself holding some of my new paintings. Everything it temporary. – kyle

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Presidential Portraits (One night it came undone)

I painted some presidential portraits — George Washington Hamilton, James K Polk Stevens, Andrew Jackson, John Adams McKenzie, Leroy Sheffield. The whole gang is there. (But I’m left over here all alone.) So I woke up. Late at night. The … Continue reading

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Visions of a Whale Volcano (mural in an old library)

I met Kris a couple months ago when she visited my studio to look at the Methodist Jesus Renewal Project painting. She asked me if I would be interesting in painting in her home (which oddly enough was an old elementary … Continue reading

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Wood From Ossabaw (Black Stretch Cat)

I went last fall to Ossabaw Island with the Georgia Conservancy. A big sheet of old weathered plywood was found on the island and made its way to me. I painted a sign on it for the Conservancy to hang … Continue reading

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Bears Around Georgia (#bearsaroundga)

I’d like to announce a little partnership with the Georgia Conservancy and BlackCatTips. In 2015, Bears Around Georgia hopes to bring a little more attention to hidden natural gems around our great state— from the mountains to the winding rivers to … Continue reading

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