Keith Van Douglas is a Louisiana artist that grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana where he also graduated from Xavier University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Art Education.
Keith Van Douglas has lived in Baton Rouge for 24 years and has taught Art Education in the Baton Rouge Public School System at McKinley High School as well as Art Classes at Louisiana State University.
New Orleans has provided Keith Van Douglas with enormous subject matter dealing with the New Orleans local culture which include original artwork that revolve around New Orleans fabulous fine dining scene,
Keith Van Douglas has developed a number of unique painting series including “Pew People” and “Sisters of The Divine Hat” which inspired by the church and dedicated to his Father and Pastor, Reverend Andrew Douglas.
Keith Van Douglas has also expanded his talents to creating Dolls and Soft Sculpture along with his wife Terri.
Keith Van Douglas is a brilliant artist/cartoonist whose images are colorful, vivid and spatially imaginative. Keith’s work evokes his own sensibilities as well as the work and style of many of the greats who have preceded him. There is no style that Keith Van Douglas cannot do. Keith is positive, creative and unique. There is no one like him. (Linkedin Review)