Keith Adams is a figurative artist working in Atlanta, Georgia.
His body of work encompasses classic figurative and portraiture, extending to social commentary and experimental pieces. A fusion of the traditional and contemporary, he employs timeless techniques with a modern styling.
His work has appeared in galleries, private collections and venues including the Kennedy Arts Center in Washington D.C. where he won the NEA (National Educators Association) scholarship prize.
On occasion film producers such as Lion’s Gate Entertainment and Sony Pictures have asked that his work appear on camera. In the 2012 remake of the classic film Steel Magnolias, producers reached out to Keith to have his work fill the home of lead character M’Lynn Eatenton, an art gallery owner played by Queen Latifah. Several existing pieces were consigned as well as work commissioned for the film.
Keith lives with his wife and two children in suburban Atlanta.