"Art you can really connect with" "Chyatte's work is glistening math"
-The Washington Post
My sculpture is about balance, imbalance, and exploration. My work attempts to understand the human condition through discovery of the relationships between its basic components.
I gain inspiration from Da Vinci, Euclid and the great scientists who blurred the distinction between art, math and science.
Incorporating mathematically significant dimensions, such as the Fibonacci sequence and the Golden Ratio, ensures a subtle equilibrium found in nature. Metallurgy and physics guide my material and design choices as I seek to communicate messages about strength, sustainability, and risk.
Chyatte's works appear in private collections, galleries, museums, commercial buildings and municipalities. Venues include Smithsonian affiliate Ann Marie Sculpture Park, National Airport, the Art Museum of the Americas on the National Mall, Amazon Corporate Headquarters, Watergate Hotel and the entrance of the Strathmore Metro Station in Bethesda, MD.