Keith Krzywicki


22 October – 3 November

This exhibition includes paintings from the artist’s travels around the world. ‘Reflections’ captures the beauty of nature such as the sunsets and moonlight scenes and the myriad of vibrant colours from Morocco, California and Sicily. The artist also reflects on the effect our consumer society is having on the environment. Sale proceeds from this exhibition go to Parkinson’s UK.

Keith Tadeusz Krzywicki was born March 1945 in Steventon, Hampshire, England.

Although he studied Art and gained a number of awards in his early years, he 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 after retirement from the business world in 2008.

Krzywicki  has had paintings shortlisted  for The Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition and The  National Open in the UK. He has shown works in group exhibitions in the USA, UK, France, Japan, Italy and Austria. He was awarded Diploma of Honour in an International Exhibition in Nice, France.

Krzywicki 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.