Keith Driscoll is a full-time professional artist. His work has been bought buy hundreds of collectors spanning not only the United States, but also Europe, Asia, and Australia.
Keith holds degrees from The College of William and Mary and Columbia University. He studied art intermittently at the Art Students League in New York and has done workshops and classes with prominent artists such as David Leffel and Nelson Shanks. His primary artistic training, however, came under the tutelage of his father Martin Driscoll a noteworthy fine artist in his own right. View Martin's exceptional work at www.martindriscoll.com.
Keith began his professional artistic career as a muralist. His mural work has been displayed at institutions such as the Smithsonian Museum and Texas Rangers Baseball Stadium.
Over time Keith became less interested in large scale work and more interested in the finesse and brushwork that can only be applied in smaller works. His current focus is on classic portraits, still life, landscape paintings, and adding to his "Jeans" series. This work draws upon his finely honed skills as a draftsman as well as classical painting ideas and techniques. His subject matter and composition, however, are thoroughly modern, dynamic, and fresh.
Keith's studio is located in the Long Island City section of New York City. He frequently opens his studio for visits by collectors, gallery owners, and art professionals.