Doyle studied sculpture at Arizona State University where he worked with Benjamin Goo and Harry Wood. He received his B.F.A. in Fine Arts in 1960 from California College of Arts & Crafts, where he studied with Ella Hayes, Richard Diebenkorn and Jim Weeks. While living in Berkeley in the early 60s, he audited classes with Peter Voulkos and Harold Paris.

           His public art installations include the Totem Pole located at UCís Porter College, a collaborative effort between UCSC students and the Santa Cruz Community. His artwork has been published in Song of Andoumboulou by Nathaniel Mackey, African American Art and Artists by Samella Lewis, and Art in the San Francisco Bay Area by Thomas Allbright. He was Director of Yardbird Publishing Company, which published anthologies containing art, poetry and short stories in the late 60s.

           Doyle has exhibited his work nationally and has been teaching sculpture and foundry classes at the University of California, Santa Cruz since 1968.

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