Contemporary artist Keith Krzywicki's latest series of works, 'Inspired by Morocco' were exhibited in Vienna. He will be holding a solo exhibition in London in the Autumn of 2013.
Keith Tadeusz Krzywicki was born March 1945 in Steventon, Hampshire, England, also the birthplace of Jane Austen. He studied art and gained a number of awards in his early years. However he did not concentrate on painting until later in life.
'When producing art I believe style and technique are important, but the sense, sometimes optimistic, sometimes despairing and occasionally humorous can be just as, or even more important.'
He works mainly with Oil and Acrylic and combines 'detail' with free flowing brush strokes. He considers himself to be influenced by Edward Hopper, Georges Braque, Rene Magritte and more recently David Hockney.