News & Events
EVER FORWARD, the story of one of the nations oldest and most historic military units
features Kyle Carroll art on cover.
"The Stonewall Brigade is not just the story of a National Guard Unit; rather it is a fine
historical account of the saga of the militia in our nation's experience."
John O Marsh, Jr. (former Secretary of the Army and U.S. Congressman from Virginia
on the dust cover)
To obtain a copy contact:
116th IRF, Inc.
P.O. Box 116
Staunton, VA 24402-0116
Kyle Carroll and David Wright in front of David's booth at the CLA show in Lexington,
Kentucky. Doug Delsemme photo
Muzzleloader magazine features "Along
Grand River Studios
2665 SE Sheridan Rd.
Maysville, MO 64469
Kyle presents Todd Bitler with a signed giclee at the 2008 CLA show in Lexington,
Kentucky. Todd is a builder of fine 18th century tomahawks, knifes and other 18th
century frontier accoutrements and a model for "PAINTS HIS SHIRT RED".
Kyle was one of the 30 Artists selected to participate in this years Midwest Gathering of the Artists
in Carthage, Missouri on September 10 and 11.
Carthage Mayor Mike Harris welcomed guests and artists to the evening auction. Prior to the art
auction, Kyle was chosen for the H.E. Williams Award for MAN OF THE SOUTH WIND. Previous
winners of the award include Doug Hall, Don Goin and Todd Williams among others.
The premier annual event at the Nathan Boone Homestead State Historic Site was the venue for
the unveiling of Kyle Carroll's latest painting, Lead From The Target Tree. The painting was
unveiled on the porch of Nathan Boones 1837 home near Ash Grove Missouri by David
Roggensees, Natural Resource Manager. The painting depicts Nathan Boone and Mathias
Vanbibber in 1804, recovering lead from a tree that had been used for target practice by Natives.
Boone and Vanbibber had been robbed of their horses, traps and furs and left stranded more
than 200 miles from their home. Out of bullets, their survival hinged on finding some lead buried
in the tree that could be molded into bullets for their rifles.
Click here to read the full story of Lead to the Target Tree.
Kyle Carroll and David Roggensees uncover the 30" x 40" oil painting for the public.
Nathan Boone Homestead State Historic Site
Young reenactors participating in the Nathan Boone Homestead days get a close up view.
Nathan Boone Homestead
Kyle works with one of the models for the Boone Painting, Dan Johnston of
Nashville, TN in preparation for shooting reference photos.
Kyle shoots reference photos for Lead From The Target Tree while
models Dan Johnston and Brent Irwin endure the cold and snow of
Kyle Carroll wins H.E. Williams Award
Boone Painting Unveiled
"How appropriate that we have the privilege of unveiling this painting here on the porch
of the house where Nathan relayed the story... depicted in the painting"
David Roggensees - Missouri Department of Natural Resources
Kyle will be appearing in Gettysburg during the History Meets The Arts Event
HISTORY MEETS THE ARTS
June 13-16 2013
Lord Nelson's Gallery
Thursday, June 13, 5pm - 8pm
HMTA Edible Art Tour Preview Party
this is a ticketed event see below for ticketing info
Friday, June 14, 10am - 7pm
Saturday, June 16, 10am - 7pm
(Friday and Saturday are open to the public)
ONE MAN SHOW AT
ARROW ROCK STATE HISTORIC SITE
September - November 2011
Look for details soon about the exhibit of Kyle's historical art
to be on display at the
Arrow Rock Historic Site Visitor's Center in Arrow Rock, Missouri this fall.
Arrow Rock Historic Site
818 Main Street, Arrow Rock, MO 65320 (660) 837-3330
MCDONALD COUNTY ART WALK
Saturday April 14th, 2012
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
On the Historic Square
more information at
This is a nice show in a great outdoor atmosphere. We are glad to see this show back for 2011
and appreciate the invitation to show some
new historical art in southwest Missouri this Spring.