New works by our Artist in Residence Kyle Brunel will be hung between the stained glass windows and the choir loft will be open with current works in progress. This body of work on display is a continuation of the Urban Organic series that began more than 15 years ago and continues to evolve as abstract studies for organizing water, form, material, light and greenspace. These paintings are primarily an exploration, meant to open the mind to new ways of seeing the built environment.
Kyle Brunel is a a gifted architect who has worked on every building type from high end residential to laboratories, cleanrooms and hospitals, Kyle brings the influences of this varied architectural background to her abstract form and color studies. Her paintings are an exploration of what could be, opening the mind to new ways of seeing the built environment.
Kyle has been painting for more than 24 years and uses her studies to explore the potential of color and form in architecture. She is a past board member with AIASF and Leap, Imagination in Learning. A trusted advisor to clients and colleagues for the latest in sustainable design technologies and trends, she has been working in the field of architecture for 20 years.
Kyle lives in the NOPA neighborhood with her husband J and 2 children, Cobalt and Cypris. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-699-5953 for commissions or projects. Her exhibit will continue into early 2016.