Duane Keiser Gallery

Born in 1966 in Beaufort, South Carolina, Duane Keiser received his master’s degree in fine arts from Brooklyn College in New York, and his undergraduate degree from Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Virginia, where he’s currently an adjunct art professor. His work has appeared in many solo and group exhibitions and hangs in corporate and private collections worldwide. He’s credited with starting the Painting a Day movement in 2004. To learn more, visit his website, www.duanekeiser.com, and stay updated on his blogs at duanekeiser.blogspot.com.

To read more about Keiser, see the October 2008 issue of The Artist’s Magazine. Here is some art that didn’t appear in the article.

Blockx French Ultramarine Blue
(oil, 6×5)

Fruit Bowl
(oil, 5×6)

(oil on board, 6×5)

Peach No. 10
(oil, 5×6)

Cassis Cake
(oil, 6×6)

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