Navigation

Artist Profile

Kyle Gallaway Clay

Medium: Ceramics, painting, photography

Description:  Vases, bowls and airplant pods, ornaments wall tiles, photographs and paintings

Kyle Gallaway is an artist from Somers Connecticut. He attended the New Hampshire Institute of Art, in Manchester New Hampshire. In 2012 he received a Bachelors of Fine Arts while studying ceramic art. Kyle’s ceramic work varies from functional pottery, to non-functional sculptures. He finds inspiration from unique ocean creatures, intricate flowers, minerals, and opalescent gas produced by stars. The vivid colors, and forms of these kinds of organic matter gives him a feeling of elation he desires. He attempts to reciprocate that feeling while utilizing his art as a way of interpreting and communicating. Applying these influences to everyday functional objects and sculptures connects our lives to our natural setting. He asks, “Could a modern world be one that brings us closer to nature?” Currently Kyle is working in his studio in Somers, CT and at Alison Palmers Studio in Kent, CT. You may find his work for sale in his online store, at local art fairs, shows, and shops.

Kyle Gallaway Clay

Medium: Ceramics, painting, photography

Description:  Vases, bowls and airplant pods, ornaments wall tiles, photographs and paintings

Kyle Gallaway is an artist from Somers Connecticut. He attended the New Hampshire Institute of Art, in Manchester New Hampshire. In 2012 he received a Bachelors of Fine Arts while studying ceramic art. Kyle’s ceramic work varies from functional pottery, to non-functional sculptures. He finds inspiration from unique ocean creatures, intricate flowers, minerals, and opalescent gas produced by stars. The vivid colors, and forms of these kinds of organic matter gives him a feeling of elation he desires. He attempts to reciprocate that feeling while utilizing his art as a way of interpreting and communicating. Applying these influences to everyday functional objects and sculptures connects our lives to our natural setting. He asks, “Could a modern world be one that brings us closer to nature?” Currently Kyle is working in his studio in Somers, CT and at Alison Palmers Studio in Kent, CT. You may find his work for sale in his online store, at local art fairs, shows, and shops.

Tour Location: Union Station - Weekend #2

Email: ics.kjgallaway@gmail.com

Website: www.kylegallaway.com

CT Web Design by ImageWorks, LLC