Angeline Kyba is an internationally celebrated artist whose work has been shown and collected in Canada, the United States, Germany, Great Britain, South America, France, and Mexico, where she has her studio and now makes her home.
Painting in Mexico for almost 20 years, Angie is affectionately known in Puerto Vallarta as “the only Canadian woman who is more Mexican than the Mexicans themselves.” Always a seeker of a people, a place, and a home, Kyba has found in Mexico a people who embraced her, a place to paint, and a home. Angie’s work was recently accepted into the prestigious international Quinta Bienal de Monterrey, and her portrait Carmen is featured in the National Geographic Hampton Brown publication, Edge.
Angeline has appeared in the following publications:
2005 Erotic Journeys by Gloria Gonzalez Lopez, University of California Press. Kyba cover painting ” De La Vista Nace El Amor “
2001 La Quinta Bienal de Monterrey FEMSA, catalogue of show
1979 Atlantis, cover, fall issue. Acadia Press, Nova Scotia,Canada
1977 The Universe Ends at Sherbourne & Queen, Steel Rail Press,Toronto..photographs
1975 Photography 75, National Film Board of Canada, book of Canadian.contemporary photographers
Studio: Casa Brava, Cuauhtemoc 635, Puerto Vallarta, Jal. Mexico
Phone: (011) (52) (322) 222-4238
Visiting: During the high season, October 1 -May 1, Angeline Kyba’s studio is open to visitors from 12-5 Monday through Friday. During the rainy season, May – September, studio is open by appointment only, please call 222-4238.