Born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee, Jack Coyle is a painting and sculpture artist, pursuing his undergraduate degree at Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD. Before attending MICA, Jack worked on freelance projects, completing several large scale murals and exhibited work in a few different shows including one at Nashville’s Frist Museum. He also studied painting as a part of a program at the Accademia Europea di Firenze in Florence, Italy in 2013 and later returned to Italy in the summer of 2016, studying at the ICA in Monte Castello di Vibio. Over the past year, Jack has been shown work in 6 group exhibitions in Nashville and Baltimore. More recently, he worked alongside Colombian contemporary artist, Santiago Montoya, at his studio in Miami, where the two began a new project involving typography and the US bank note. Over this past summer, Jack attended the Yale Norfolk Fellowship program alongside 25 other young artists for a six week long studio intensive program. He is currently helping local Baltimore artists, Alex Ebstien and Seth Adelsberger, renovate and start a new commercial gallery and studio space in the Bromo arts district.