Original art by Ruby Keller

Keller’s mixed media paintings show a vibrant yet subtle use of colour, the way it captures the world around him on canvas appears almost spiritual.

Ruby Keller is in fact the pseudonym for highly regarded artist, Peter Workwick. Peter has always challenged different styles and techniques, and painting under Ruby Keller give him this ability to explore the art boundaries. His work has been exhibited throughout the UK, including Kensington Palace, London. His work is also held in private collections worldwide.

Peter Worswick / Ruby Keller started life in a small town in Lancashire, following three years studying art and design, then travelled around Europe, setting in Paris for three years. Having recently returned to England he now lives and works in a studio in Cumbria.

The Lone Sheep by Ruby Keller. Original art available from Artworx Gallery

The Lone Sheep by Ruby Keller. Original art available from Artworx Gallery

Peter/Ruby believes in constant experimentation because, he says, “an artist’s work has to stay fresh, so he constantly needs new ideas. Evolution happens naturally as you strive to improve.” He delights in working with fabric textures and regularly changes his subject matter to set himself new challenges, to enhance his creativity and hone his skills in style, techniques and interpretation.

“People have often commented about how versatile I am with my style and subject matter, but to me as an artist I find this essential, it keeps my work fresh and I enjoy the challenge as I continuously strive to improve my work. I genuinely believe my work is a creative journey”. – Ruby Keller
Just Grazing by Ruby Keller. Original art available from Artworx Gallery

Just Grazing by Ruby Keller. Original art available from Artworx Gallery

For more information about Ruby Keller or his work, please visit:

Ruby Keller at Artworx Gallery

Alternatively please ring 01952 820397 or email info@artworx.co.uk
Artworx Gallery, 67 High Street, Newport, Shropshire TF10 7AU.

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