Josh Keyes received his BFA in 1992 from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and an MFA in 1998 from Yale University School of Art. He has exhibited his work nationally and internationally and has work in private and public collections. Keyes currently lives and works in Portland Oregon with his wife and daughter.
“Implosion”, his first exhibition in Los Angeles in over a decade, opens on Saturday at Thinkspace Gallery. The show features nine new works by the painter, each exploring a dystopian post-human world.
Josh Keyes is like good ol’ reliable. We know his work is going to be solid with every show he does. His newest, Collision, that opened at Denver’s David B. Smith Gallery last week and runs to December 11th, again, is sold out and spot on.
In conjunction with the show, Josh has a new print out, Sowers, that you can get at the David B Smith web shop for $350.
Here are the specs:
Signed & Numbered Edition of 350
Archival Giclee on Embossed Hahnemuhle Velvet Paper (308 gm weight)
Paper Size 16″ x 48″ with Deckled Edges
Published through Limited Addiction Publishing, 2010 | $350
The increasingly popular and not-often exhibiting artist Josh Keyes, whom we really enjoy his work, premiered a new piece of work on his blog in advance of his second solo show this year, this time at David B. Smith Gallery in Denver. Collision, will open November 5th and remain on view through December 11th… more Keyes to come.