Kit Keith

Kit Keith
Kit Keith is an artist based out of St. Louis, Missouri. Born in Springfield, Illinois, Keith’s father was a traditional sign-painter who taught her the basics of painting. Keith’s early life was adventurous and unconventional, with her parents relocating to Sarasota, Florida when Keith was 3, in which a circus was located nearby. She participated as a trapeze artist until she was 18, when she moved to St. Louis and attended a junior college for painting and drawer. Keith briefly attended the Art Institute of Chicago before returning to St. Louis. She cites the punk rock and new wave scenes as early inspirations for her artwork, along with pop art artists such as Andy Warhol, Bob Rauschenberg, and Jim Dine. Keith also finds inspiration in outsider artwork, such as artwork from thrift stores in which she paints over to create her own artwork. Keith’s artwork has been featured in exhibitions in New York and St. Louis, along with the New York Times. Additional information - Kit Keith Untitled 1999 Edition number: 50 Variable four-color chin colle with hand applications drawn by the artist. Paper: Arches Cover white Paper size: 28” x 21.50” Image size: 11”x 10”

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