Keith is a recipient of a 2012 Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters and Sculptors Grant. He was one of 25 artists in the United States to receive this prestigious award in the amount of $25,000 each. It’s an immense honor to … Continue reading
AGGROculture Collective offered its first residency in March, to Canadian graduate student, Arthur Ostrowski. Keith Tallett instructed the two week course, which covered theory and practice of surfboard shaping and included the examination of materials and processes in the context … Continue reading
Check out our show at Fishcake in Oahu – April 12-June 2, 2012. Artist Reception April 2 – 6 – 8pm. AGGROroadshow is a pop-up traveling caravan presented by the Big Island based art collective AGGROculture. Included artists are Scott Yoell, Keith Tallett, Sally Lundburg, Margo Ray, Ethan Froney, and Shelby B. Smith. Continue reading
Keith is featured in the November/December issue of Ke Ola magazine along with Bob Russell and Calos Kuhn, in an article about the craft of shaping Hawaiian wooden boards (Papahe’enalu). Continue reading
Read the Big Island Weekly cover article about Current ReVisions – Hawaiian Craft Today. This exhibition is showing at the Kahilu Gallery in the Kahilu Theatre in Kamuela Oct. 20 – Nov. 27, 2011. Continue reading
I was included in this years Kagu + Akari show at Fishcake which will be on exhibit from September 30 to November 11, 2011. The opening is on September 29 and features local artists who were asked to create furniture … Continue reading
Keith’s Flying Hawaiians (series) and Tattooed Williams were exhibited at the Artists of Hawaii 2011 show at The Honolulu Academy of Art. He was also awarded the Jean Charlot Award for Excellence and received a mention in the Star-Advertiser review of the exhibition, “No rainbow, no problem”, by David A.M. Goldberg. Continue reading
These are sites for a new series of installations in the landscape.
Spring Forward – a group show featuring AGGROculture Collective OPENING – Sat. Feb. 5, 2011, 5-7pm (music & pupus) Show runs Feb. 5- 24 at Wailoa Center Gallery 200 Piopio St., Hilo, Hawaii 96720 / 808.933.0416 Gallery hours – Mon,Tues, … Continue reading
The is one of my Flying Hawaiian tire-tread paintings – in a recent work series – Militia.
This is a recent tattoo commission did for a good friend, Noelani.