|Home|||||Show Dates|||||Artists at Next Show|||||Artists May Apply Here|||||Guestbook|||||Mailing List|||||Links|||||Contact|
Drew is a representational painter born and raised on the Canadian prairies. Drawing and sketching from an early age, he received his Fine Art training in Phoenix, Arizona where, wandering the various galleries of Scottsdale and Tucson, he was deeply influenced by the contemporary western painting style of the Southwest
On his return to Canada, he moved to the extreme west coast of Vancouver Island and with the change of scenery came a change in palette. Life in camp can be physically challenging but with it came the rewards of living and hiking and painting some of the most remote and inspiring locations imaginable. A move to the city brought employment at CBC Vancouver as a video graphics artist where he remained until retiring to take up painting full time.
Living in British Columbia, Drew has been easily captivated by the vast and rugged beauty of the West coast and has traveled and hiked the area extensively with pencil, camera and sketchbook in hand. His paintings are simply an attempt to portray the life and land that surround us … to convey the wonders of nature in a manner unique to the viewer.
Drew currently resides in Langley and is represented by Harrison Galleries in Vancouver.
|Drew Keilback, Pan Frys||Drew Keilback, White City Sunset||Drew Keilback, Internal Combustion|