Kyle Anger is a 2D mixed media artist originating from northeast Connecticut, who is currently living and working in Pittsburgh. He creates intensely layered intuitive abstractions utilizing an ever expanding variety of media. Due to his love of nature, biological forms, and experimentation with artistic materials his pieces evolve into detailed amalgamations of internal and external life.
His interest in art was fostered at a very early age by his mother who is an elementary school art teacher in Connecticut. He went on to earn his BFA in painting from The Maryland Institute College of Art in 2009 and his MFA in Painting from Boston University in 2012.
This past year his work has been included in a number of group exhibitions around Pittsburgh. A more recent member of the Associated Artists, several pieces of his work were featured in this past Springs AAP exhibition Control is an Illusion at The Mine Factory curated by Christine Smith. Over the Summer he was juried into the Group A show Now at Boxheart Gallery curated by Nicole Capozzi. Most recently his work was included in the Group A show Small Works at Framehouse and Jask Gallery curated by Graham Shearing.