Kyle Goderwis is an abstract artist living in Seattle, WA. He works in various mediums, but mainly creates his pieces using acrylic paint and epoxy resin.
Kyle graduated with a BFA from the Art Institute of Atlanta in 2004. His focus in school was computer animation, but not long after graduating, he realized his passion was instead in fine art. Working at an art supply store helped fuel his desire to paint, and he established relationships with local artists in the process. During his time in Atlanta, Kyle participated in shows at various fine art galleries, as well as other shows throughout the southeast. In 2010 he joined a group of working professional artists to further his education in the fine art world. Kyle moved to Seattle in 2014 where he continues to make mixed media paintings and other abstract works.
"I've always been excited by the combination of different materials. A piece from a sketchbook or an old magazine for a collage piece. Acrylic paint mixed with epoxy for a particle board piece. Adding that final pencil mark to make a painting complete. I think it comes from working at an art supply store after college. I was introduced to so many materials, and I wanted to try them all. I like mixing different mediums and techniques, and I like to keep my work lighthearted. I'm drawn to pinks, yellows, and pastel colors. I want people to be engaged by my work, and I wouldn't mind putting a smile on their face as well."