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Dramatic Color & Landscape
The new book, Dramatic Color in the Landscape, by Brian Keeler is now available. This compendium of his teaching and working methods encompasses a career in art. An attractive hardcover, this volume was designed as an art instruction aid for painters of landscapes and townscapes but will appeal to the general reader as well. Dramatic Color in the Landscape was just published by Northlight Books and includes dozens of paintings of the region along with in-depth explanations. Order yours direct from the artist for $29.99, plus $5 shipping and PA residents add 6% sales tax.

The contemporary realist painting of Brian Keeler is represented here to offer you an easy view of a selection of his art.  His paintings have won wide acclaim during the course of his career and they are represented in many private, public and museum collections.  Several prestigious galleries in the northeast United States show his work and his home studio in Wyalusing, PA also has a gallery where many original works and prints are on view.

One thing that struck me about your work is you don’t seem to fit into any known category. Your work is sort of like Academic Realism – sometimes even like Superrealism – it’s a little like Impressionism – but not really – occasionally you do a Magritte-like Surrealism, and there’s what I referred to at gallery night as that “hopped-up hyper-reality” like Van Gogh’s work – a sort of hyper-awareness.
- Warren Greenwood- Ithaca Times, November 2, 2011

In 31 years of editing art magazines, I can’t think of many other artists whose artwork is as varied, accomplished, or expressive as the pictures Keeler has created during his long career. He is an exceptionally talented, intelligent, and dedicated artist, and it has been a great privilege to share his work with readers of these publications. Above all, he is an intelligent, passionate artist who deals with aspects of the visual world that can be analyzed and explained, as well as those that are purely emotional.
- Stephen Doherty- Editor-in-Chief, American Artist Magazine- from a forward for an upcoming book. 2010

Mid-May Confluence Evening, Binghamton, NY
“Mid-May Confluence Evening, Binghamton, NY”
Oil on panel 22” x 26”
“August Clouds over Seneca”
Oil on linen 44” x 48”
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