Kyle is a Colorado Native, who now splits time between Colorado and
Southern California. He is a father of three and grandfather of nine. Kyle
loves living the life of a traveling artist, and chasing all the opportunities
he missed in his youth. He has spent time as a student, soldier, race car
mechanic and driver, automotive factory representative, service manager,
sign painter, business owner, baseball coach, and teacher. Then finally
he accepted his purpose in life and became the artist he was supposed to
be the entire time.

Kyle is currently specializing in Street/Chalk Art and Lettering. He has
been on the Artist’s Committee for the Denver Chalk Art Festival for 8
years, and participates in over a dozen festivals a year. Having won some
awards along the way, Kyle now also does several corporate events each
year. Even then he looks as art as more fun than a job.

The best description of how Kyle tries to live his life can be found in
the writings of Max Lucado;

“Each of us should lead a life stirring enough to start a movement.
We should yearn to change the world. We should love unquenchably,
dream unfalteringly, and work unceasingly.

We should close our ears to the manifold voices of compromise and
pearch ourselves on the branch of truth. We should champion the
value of people, proclaim the forgiveness of God,
and claim the promise of heaven.”

2019 – People’s Choice, Ridge Fest, Wheatridge, Colorado

2016 – 2nd Place, Best of Show, Denver Chalk Art Festival

2015 – Regional Emmy, KCNC Channel 4, for promoting Denver Arts Week
2014 -1stP|ace & People’s Choice for “Breasts of Colorado”

2011 – Regional Emmy, ROOT Sports, for “Scoring the Game”

Featured Artist for Reno Chalk Art Festival (4 years)

Featured Artist for Tempe Festival of the Arts (4 years)

Featured Artist for Great American Beer Festival, 2018, Buffalo Wild Wing
Featured Artist for Pastels on 5th, Loveland Colorado, 2019