Seven Down

Seven Down
Keith Moreau
“Seven Down”
Serigraph

“Seven Down” is a limited edition elimination stencil serigraph (screen print). Keith drew the layout and then traced it to the fabric of the screen. Screen block out was applied to the screen fabric where he wanted the paper to stay white. He then printed the first colour which was the light green. The ink covered the entire area where the white wasn’t. He kept blocking further and further areas as he printed each colour. The last area open to receive ink was for the final colour which was the red. The technique is called elimination since you eliminate areas of the open screen between each colour.

Seven Down is in various collections including the City of Toronto Art Collection.
Keith is the artist behind Big Art Buzz and welcomes you to the creative hive.
To see more of Keith’s artwork, check out his Facebook page.

Fife and Drums

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Keith Moreau

“Fife and Drums”
Lino Block Print
18″ x 23″
$175 no frame

This hand-cut lino print is based on a vacation photo taken during a visit to Fortress Louisbourg on the east coast of Canada. A barren was used to transfer the ink from the block surface to the rice paper.
Keith is the artist behind Big Art Buzz and welcomes you to the creative hive.
To see more of Keith’s artwork, check out his Facebook page.

Kettle Portrait

Kettle PortraitKeith Moreau
“Kettle Portrait”
Coloured Pencil
12″ x 18″

This self portrait is from the view in a kettle and was used on Keith’s business card. It was one of four and was probably the most often chosen of the bunch.
Keith is the artist behind Big Art Buzz and welcomes you to the creative hive.
To see more of Keith’s artwork, check out his Facebook page.

Veggies

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Keith Moreau
“Veggies”
20″ x  30″
Coloured Pencil
$950

“Veggies” was drawn as a concept for a client that was to be produce as a mural for a sandwich and salad shop. The coloured pencil piece was created on a half sheet of water colour paper. A fun time was had. Accepted in 1997 Visual Arts Mississauga Juried Art Show.

To see more of Keith’s artwork, check out his Facebook page.

Buffalo Skulls

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Keith Moreau

“Buffalo Skulls”
Serigraph from Scratchboard
18″ x 22″
$175

Keith says: “On one of our family trips out west we went to the museum at Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump World Heritage Site. Totally enjoying the experience, I took a photo of a display of buffalo skulls. Back in Ontario, I created a scratchboard work and gave it to my wife as an anniversary gift. The positive reaction from the public when viewing it at various shows lead to me creating a nine colour hand separated photo screen image, in a very limited edition. I loved the creativity of the translation of a work from one to nine colours. At the first show someone fell in love with the piece and bought one of the edition at the opening”.

Accepted in 1994 Arts Etobicoke Juried Show and achieved the Award of Excellence. Also accepted in Visual Arts Mississauga and Rivercrest Gallery juried shows.

To see more of Keith’s artwork, check out his Facebook page.