Tag Archives: kyle brooks art

Bowl Full Of Happiness (show opening)

My new show, A Bowl Full of Happiness, had an opening reception Saturday June 24th. I have been working on a new collection, of paintings on canvas, since February of this year. This is the first time I have worked with Spalding … Continue reading

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In The Shadow of The Flight Museum (painting in a tent)

(Part 1 of 2) Last month, inside a heavy-duty tent positioned in the shadow of the Delta Air Lines Flight Museum, I painted a mural. Over the span 3.5 days, film crews came by and they made a time-lapse. I had … Continue reading

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Coca-Cola Bottle (a bubbling’ bottle of good times)

Hi again. I was lucky enough to be asked to paint a Coca-Cola bottle for the World of Coke Museum’s Pop Culture Gallery. I felt luckier than a $2 bill … or is it a $3 bill? Anyway, I am pretty dang happy … Continue reading

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Paint Love Artist Challenge (face paint makes all the difference)

Last night I completed in a 3 (THREE) hour  painting competition. I was supported by my biggest fan. Actually I have a bigger fan but I left it home in the garage – too big to bring it to town. Thanks to … Continue reading

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WEiRD (talking to kids)

I went and talk to Whitefield Academy high school students last week. I was asked to tell them about my view on living a WEiRD life. I had never spoken to a high school before. I remember a couple men … Continue reading

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It Was Something Else (an interesting life)

It was something else. It was an interesting life. Secret Souls on a journey. They make all the music you have ever heard out of the same few notes. They painted all the pictures out of the same 3 colors … Continue reading

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Baby Bones (drawing for a crowd)

After several missed attempts at an appearance, A week or so ago I attended the ABV Gallery “Drink-n-Doodle” event. I drew for 4 hours while many people watched myself and  a dozen others make art on paper. It was very loud … Continue reading

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It’s a Poster Show (limp yellow arm)

He knew a lot of people but he kept thinking of you. He also had a limp yellow arm with a red elbow but he tried not to dwell on this fact. – – – – – – – – … Continue reading

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BlackCatTips Xerox Poster (cheers to you)

I had a conference call with folks up in Rochester, New York at the Xerox offices. I started off the call by telling them about all the field mice and rats that run around behind our new place in the … Continue reading

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A Bicycle (with no moving parts)

I painted a bike rack for the City of Atlanta Public Art Program. The bike rack is metal and someone with good skills welded it all together. I painted it with One-Shot lettering enamel. I wore a mask and gloves … Continue reading

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