[AAA member and] Sculptor Tom Doyle died at his home in Roxbury, Connecticut, on October 8.
Born in Jerry City, Ohio, in 1928, Doyle received his BFA from Ohio State University in 1952 and his MFA in 1953, also from OSU. While studying at the university, he met mentors Roy Lichtenstein and Stanley Twardowicz.
In 1958, Doyle produced Stillman, which he considered his breakthrough work. Later that year, he participated in “New Forms-New Media” at Martha Jackson Gallery, which featured works by Jean Arp, John Chamberlain, Dan Flavin, Jasper Johns, and Yves Klein. (more…)