Keith Davidson: Art for Art’s Sake

Keith Davidson: Art for Art’s Sake

After a long career as a computer analyst, Keith Davidson decided to follow his passion and become a full-time artist.

Initially, he chose to focus on photography and digital manipulation; those disciplines enabled him to establish a natural, comfortable relationship with the computer as an artistic tool. Today, Keith specialises in hand-pulled silk-screen prints – with pop-art and architecture as strong themes – and he frequently chooses to use strong, bold colours and metallic inks for the hand-printing process (silk-screen is perfectly suited to this approach). All Keith’s striking prints begin life as original photographs or sketches and he sells them in short, limited editions.

Keith is currently exhibiting a selection of his latest work at The Stonemasons Arms:

The Stonemasons Arms
54 Cambridge Grove, W6 0LA
+442087481397
stonemasonsarms@fullers.co.uk
http://www.stonemasons-arms.co.uk

To contact Keith Davidson directly:
+447891933069email
w6art@w6art.co.uk
http://w6art.co.uk

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