KATIE LYLE

WORKS
CV



The Hare,
2020
Oil paint, pencil crayon, pastel and collage on canvas, mounted with wax and adhesive on canvas 48 x 39.5 inches (121.9 x 100.3 cm)
$4800 CAD | $4000 USD




Theatre,
2020
Oil paint, pencil crayon, pastel and collage on canvas, mounted with wax and adhesive on canvas 40 x 33 inches (101.6 x 83.8 cm)
$4000 CAD | $3330 USD




Sky news,
2020
Oil paint, pencil crayon, pastel on canvas, mounted with wax and adhesive on canvas
47 x 36 inches (119.4 x 91.4 cm)
$4800 CAD | $4000 USD




Sea Change,
2020
Oil paint, pencil crayon and pastel on canvas, mounted with wax and adhesive on canvas
31.5 x 30 inches (80 x 76.2 cm)
$3000 CAD | $2500 USD




Soap and shadow, 2018-21
Oil paint, wax, pencil crayon, pastel, wax and adhesive on canvas
49 x 31 inches (124.5 x 78.7 cm)
$4200 CAD | $3500 USD




Katie Lyle
(b. Kingston, Canada)

Education

2009  MFA, University of Victoria, Victoria

2005  BFA, Art History and Studio Art, Concordia University, Montreal



Solo Exhibitions

2021  tbd, Franz Kaka ,Toronto
2019  Theatre, La Datcha, Berlin

2018  An Ear in a Pond, Erin Stump Projects, Toronto

2017  The weather in the room, Daniel Faria Gallery, Toronto

2017  Why do I hear the ocean in my ear?, The Loon, Toronto

2016  The Layers, Evans Contemporary, Peterborough

2015  The End of Vandalism, Erin Stump Projects, Toronto

2014  Gene Pool, Erin Stump Projects, Toronto



Two Person Exhibitions and Collaborations

2020  Greener than grass, with Ella Dawn McGeough, Susan Hobbs Gallery, Toronto, curated by Lillian O’Brien Davis

2019  Read me, Love me, Leave me, with Shelby Wright, Toronto Biennial, Toronto

2018  Fascia Lines, with Laurie Kang, Projet Pangee, Montreal

2018  A Room to Perform, with Shelby Wright, SummerWorks Festival, Toronto

2017  Interplay Series, with Shelby Wright, Vancouver

2017  PS: We are all here, with Shelby Wright, Toronto Community Dance Love In

2017  Critical Distance response, with Shelby Wright, aceartsinc, Winnipeg

2017  Until it becomes porous, with Shelby Wright, Whippersnapper Gallery, Toronto

2016  A Face or a script where the lines keep changing, with Bridget Moser, G Gallery, Toronto
2016  Movements for a Neighbouring Room, with Shelby Wright, Forest City Gallery, London

2015  What she is not, what she is, what she can be, Garden Gallery, Toronto, curated by Jennifer Carvalho



Selected Group Exhibitions

2021  Dancing with Tantalus, School of Art, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, curated by Lillian O’Brien Davis

2019  Commutiny, Sibling, Toronto, organized by geetha thurairajah

2019  Heads, MacIntosh Gallery, Western University, London, curated by Sky Glabush

2019  Asphodel Meadows, Mother Culture, Toronto, organized by Caleb Dunham

2019  Backgrounds, Carl Louie, Toronto

2018  An Assembly of Shapes, Oakville Galleries, Oakville, curated by Clara Halpern

2018  The nanking cherry finds a hill, 67 Steps, Los Angeles

2017  PUDDLING: As her fate, she accepted the world of ice, shining, shimmering, dead (The Island),"Stony Lake, ON

2017  water astonishing, Wil Aballe Art Projects, Vancouver

2017  Until it becomes porous, Whippersnapper Gallery, Toronto

2016  Aligned with the Curve of Night, MODEL Project Space, Vancouver

2016  Spirit Gum, Nanaimo Art Gallery


Press and Reviews

2018  Saelan Twerdy, Review of Fascia Lines, Canadian Art, Fall/Winter Issue

2017  Darby Milbrath, Interview with Katie Lyle, Editorial Magazine

2016  Ari Hoekstra, Review of The Layers, Canadian Art Magazine

2016  Justina Bohach, Review of Movements for a Room, C Magazine

2015  Steffanie Ling, Akimblog, September

2014  Brad Phillips, “Portrait Relief.” ArtSlant

Publications

Projects and Writing


2019  exhibition text for Sara Maston, WATERSNAKE, Toronto

2018  exhibition text for Jennifer Carvalho, Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto

2018  exhibition text for Catherine Telford Keogh, Evans Contemporary, Peterborough

2017  Kakaesque Journal, Franz Kaka at Art Toronto

2017  To Begin, Framework text, Susan Hobbs Gallery, Toronto

2016  Drawings on Yellow Paper, text by Jacquelyn Ross, Blank Cheque Publications

2016  JAM ON TOAST, Slow Editions



Grants and Awards


2020  Research and Creation Grant, Canada Council for the Arts

2019  Project Grant, Ontario Arts Council

2018  Travel Grant, Canada Council for the Arts

2017  Travel Grant, Canada Council for the Arts

2016  Project Grant, Ontario Arts Council

2016  Project Grant, Toronto Arts Council

2014  Project Grant, Toronto Arts Council

2014  Project Grant, Ontario Arts Council

2012  Honourable Mention and Purchase Prize Winner, RBC Painting Competition



Residencies and Fairs


2021  NADA House, New York, NY
2019  Sunday Art Fair, London, UK

2017  Toronto Art Fair

2017  Stone Boat Artist Residency, Lanark 

2016  Choreography Across Disciplines, Thematic Residency, Banff Centre for the Arts