Keith’s cityscapes seek to add an air of romance - capturing magical moments, memories and dreams. Creating using the most advanced 3D modelling techniques, Keith composes each city scape with the most incredible detail. Each item in the picture is sculpted whether it be a person, a vehicle or even a cloud, so each piece is the product of many long hours spent in the studio.
Keith was first noticed in his early twenties by the owner of a gallery in Northern Ireland who kindly gave him paintings of international artists from his gallery to study and learn their techniques. However it was some twenty years later, in 2009, when Keith took the step to go professional as an artist. In 2010 Keith was awarded the coveted public commission to create an artwork for Belfast City Hall celebrating the Irish History and heritage of the City. This painting is now on permanent public display at Belfast City Hall.
Keith has also been involved in art projects with the renowned international author and film maker Don Mullan and recently through this partnership was asked to create a painting of Péle for presentation to him in Dublin. Beyond purely commercial work Keith also creates large scale oil paintings which act as social commentaries and a number of these have appeared on BBC, UTV, The Daily Mail, The Irish Times, The Observer and of course in local media.
Keith’s art has been used in Bus advertising campaigns, for luxury products and by Gibson games in London as well as by Innova Fine art papers, London. Beyond that Keith’s art has been collected and commissioned by all kinds of art lovers from around the world with commissions from as far away as Singapore, China and Australia as well as closer to home and Europe.