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Stewart Keene was raised just south of Chicago.  A primarily self-taught artist, he moved to Seattle to live and work independently following the reception of his primary and secondary education.  A volatile mental health status and the city's battles with socioeconomic injustice emerged as his primary influences in orchestrating the morbidity of our lives into something resembling beauty, while sharply reminding us of the collateral one can only attempt to hide from.

Pieces are constructed using varying combinations of acrylic, spray paint, ink, and/or flour; they're presented on primarily scavenged surfaces, often wood or cork board. 


Keene is currently living and working in Seattle. 








Not currently accepting commissions


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