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Keith Driscoll

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Representing galleries
Trowbridge-Lewis Gallery, deChamps Gallery

figurative, realism


Keith Driscoll is a full-time professional artist. His work is currently shown in Deschamps Gallery in Lamberville New Jersey and Trowbridge-Lewis Gallery in Middleburg VA.

Keith's work is focused primarily on portraits, figures, and still lifes. Keith strives to apply classical painting ideas and techniques to current day imagery to create pieces that are classic but also modern, dynamic, and fresh.

Keith began his professional artistic career as a muralist. His mural work has been displayed at the Texas Rangers Baseball Stadium and The Smithsonian. Over time, Keith's interest shifted from large scale work to smaller pieces where finesse and fine brushwork become more important.

Keith has done some workshops with prominent artists such as David Leffel and Nelson Shanks at The Art Students League in New York City, but his primary artistic training came from of his father, Martin Driscoll, a noteworthy fine artist in his own right. View Martin's exceptional work at  Keith holds a BBA from The College of William and Mary, and an MBA from Columbia University .

Keith's studio is located in Brooklyn, New York . He frequently opens his studio for visits by collectors, gallery owners, and art professionals

Recent Exhibits

Keith Driscoll participated in these exhibits:

May, 2011 NARS FOUNDATION 4th Annual Open Studios
NARS Foundation
Apr, 2008 Salon International
Greenhouse Gallery of Fine Art
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