Keith J. Hampton has four decades of agency and studio experience in illustration and design and fine art. He started in '77, illustrating for the Saturday Evening Post company and later as a cover artist for ICP Publishing, creating 20 covers a year. He moved into design in 1982 at advertising agencies as art director and creative director. He opened it'sALLart in 1995. He focused on work in acrylic painting and block printing in the 90s and later added sculpture. After a 1-year venture owning a gallery, in 2004, he moved his studio home and concentrated his showing efforts with regional galleries. He shows new works in group and solo shows yearly.
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Eclipse II, concrete, 15 x 20 inches
Eclipse I, concrete, acrylic paint, UV seal, 23 x 12 x 12 inches
Artist Q&A for upcoming Automaticae exhibit, October 2017 at Gallery 924https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aU8...ature=youtu.beEnjoy!
3 Levels of Consciousness, steel mesh, steel cables, 11 feet x 6 feet x 4 feet.http://www.automaticae.com
Goddesses of Pangea, 32 x 35, acrylic on canvashttp://www.automaticae.com
Goddess #3, hypertufa concrete, 72 inches by 14 inches
Goddess #2, hypertufa concrete, 72 inches by 18 inches
Goddess of Pangea #1, hypertufa concrete, 72 inches by 18 inches