Insulated Sublimatable Lunch Tote with Handle , size 9 1/2" x 7 1/2" x 3"
Buy Crying for the Past Lunch Tote with Handle print by artist Stephen Keller available at Artist.com. Check out the Lunch Tote with Handle Art Print collections available at Artist.com.Don't most of us cry over things in the past wishing we could go back and correct them? This painting to me expresses this desire...and anguish. It is said the road to redemption is a long one. How true.
Just a self-taught artist painting since a child but only in the last three years more seriously in a studio/gallery in the historic warehouse district in downtown Houston ( Mother Dog Studios). My work is a cross between realism and neo-impressionism. I have sold my work since my teenage years to individuals and corporations(Burger King/Miami).law and medical offices. The greatest influence in my painting were/are the English painter J.M.W. Turner ( THE master of light,space and atmosphere) and the American genius Andrew Wyeth. My God their work is awesome.
I was granted three scholarships leaving high school but went a different direction. I retired from that and am now pursuing my art full time. I have won some art contests but nothing all that note-worthy. Hopefully that will change.
I have truly been blessed the last two years and especially this year in selling a number of works. I have four major collectors three of whom have purchased 10+ paintings each.I am very grateful.
What pleases me so much is when I receive a text or phone call from someone who has purchased one of my paintings...maybe months later.. and says,"Steve, I have just discovered a detail, a nuance or a subtlety in your painting that I never saw before and I love it." It brings me great joy that people find peace and reflection in my work.
I presently exhibit my work at my studio/gallery at Mother Dog and also at Antiques Houston,Inc at the Pavilion on Westheimer Rd... both In Houston,Tx. Also hope soon to be showing in the Allen Centers downtown.
I have won two int'l contests this yeat (2021) and was a featured artist at the Houston mayor's art dispaly.recently.