Keith's studio reflects lessons learned in the creation of art throughout his long career. He is surrounded by the tools of his profession, carefully within reach, the paints, the brushes, the drawing tools and materials. His drawing table is a vertical leather covered surface with a six month calendar/schedule covering the left end above the phone log.
The drawing table is thick enough to mount a pair of Dazor floating arm fluorescent lamps on top and is expandable upward to handle larger paintings. Art is suspended on pins in holes strategically located over the face of the table. A switch for the 35mm projector and computer monitor located to the rear of the studio is mounted at bottom center of the drawing table. The slide controller hangs handily at the lower left of the table.
A projection screen hangs from the ceiling above the drawing board for easy display of aircraft and background reference material during drawing and painting.