New art by Kyle Skor plumbs into a world refracted by a wonderfully bizarre prism, it’s ambitious, playful and suffused with randomness. We’re totally charmed by his rumbling ideas and yet these artworks feel ambient and soothing. Though we can’t explain the cute gingerbread man…our thoughts resonate at the same frequency. His art journals how we can all go from emotionally withdrawn to electrifying. The mood captures the zeitgeist of our generation: we’re the idea chasers who choose to face the unpredictable in lieu of the standard-issue step by step approach. His art reminds us that chaos can mean opportunity, and our jolts of frustration can be tuned into poetry.
Kyle Skor grew up playing in the prairie snows and forests of the upper midwest, which nurtured in him the spirit of the wandering mystic. A graduate of Williams College and Harvard, he was trained as a researcher at the intersection of arts, education, and social justice. Kyle lived in Beijing and is now working on a children’s book project in Taiwan.
The handwritten text and little figures are super cute! Get spontaneous and inventive art for your walls: