I focus on creating paintings that embody movement, energy, and luminous light. Each artwork is a mix of expressionism and abstraction, with bold, colorful flowing lines. These works retell history, bringing back special people and places. I want to awaken cognitive thought, harnessing creative energy and push limits of universal thinking.
As a curator, Vincent Keele organizes exhibitions such as Abstracted Light ,Predators and Women, The Black Panther Art and Fashion Show, and An Evening with Kathleen Cleaver. His own work has evolved to expressionism, primarily in acrylic on canvas.
Keele was born in Los Angeles, California. His passion for art began very early. His mother, Mary M. Scott, an alumni of the Art Institute of Chicago passed on to him her complete course of books. With these materials, he learned to see and produce art in a wide variety of methods.
Keele benefitted from great mentors along the way. He is a self taught artist with traditional education from Platt College where he studied Graphic Arts and Drafting.
Before his love of acrylic paint, the complexity of pen and ink held a special place in his heart.