Combining digital technology and traditional painting may seem quite challenging, but in Edward Coyle’s large, intricate paintings, created through various
processes and technics, it becomes a characteristic mark of his artistic ‘methodology’.
His paintings drive the audience into fictional inhabited spaces; The completed canvases demonstrate an oscillation between the temporary and constant, real and
abstract. As described, Coyle’s canvases bring a’ topographic proposal for an imagined place that is at once aspirational, and optically at reality's most complex’.
Edward Coyle was born in Oxford in 1985. He studied at the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne 2004-08 and at The Princes Drawing School London 2008-10. His work has
featured in The John Moores Contemporary Painting Prize, 2010, 'Drift' at Lumen Gallery London 2012, The Other Art Fair, London 2012, 'The Impossible Heap' at Galerie 8, London 2012 and 'BUILD!'
at Beloni Gallery London 2015. He is currently a freelance Architectural visualiser.