Known for his stacked abstract cityscapes, Travis Keller’s paintings are vibrant works that defy the laws of the natural world. Influenced by science-fiction and expressionism, Keller approaches his canvas with the intent to make sense of chaos and depict the fragility of an industrialized society through an architectural lens.
After graduating from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, he spent a summer at the Chautauqua Summer Art Program before ultimately deciding to move to Buffalo. He has maintained a studio as a resident artist and artist representative for the board of directors at Buffalo Arts Studio since the summer of 2016. This has led Keller to opportunities of exhibiting both in Arkansas and across Western New York. His work can be seen around Buffalo in local restaurants and other public venues.