Keith Tadeusz Krzywicki was born March 1945 in Steventon, Hampshire, England.
He studied Art and gained a number of awards in his early years however chose Business School instead of Art College and entered a business career which took him to many countries over the course of forty years. He continued his interest in painting and would be considered to be self taught, taking up his brushes again in 2005.
Krzywicki's style has changed from painting land and seascapes in his pre business era to now painting modern interpretations of our current times and projections to the future with subjects ranging from wind farms to refuse collection and modern technology to desert and urban scenes.
He has had works shortlisted for The Summer Exhibition at The Royal Academy of Art and The National Open. He has exhibited in many countries including the USA, UK, Italy, Austria and France. He was awarded The Diploma of Honour at The International Exhibition of Art Plastiques in Nice, France and was selected to exhibit at The International Art Exchange Exhibition in Kobe, Japan.
Krzywicki works mainly with Oil and Acrylic and combines detail with free flowing brush strokes. He considers himself to have been influenced by Edward Hopper, Georges Braque, Rene Magritte and more recently, David Hockney.