Ruby Keller is in fact a pseudonym for the sought-after figurative artist, Peter Worswick. Born in 1960, Peter has been painting professionally for decades and has always challenged different styles and techniques. Painting under Ruby Keller gives him the ability to explore his artistic boundaries and develop different styles aside from his highly regarded figurative and landscape paintings which are held in some of the most prestigious private collections in the UK.
These experimental wildlife paintings proved to be an instant success and are now increasingly sought after.
Peter Worswick started life in a small town in Lancashire. He then went on to study Art and Design before travelling Europe and settling in Paris for three years. Having returned to England he now lives and works in his studio in Cumbria.
An award-winning artist, Peter’s work has been exhibited throughout the UK including Kensington Palace and the Tate Gallery Garden Pavilion. He has also been elected an honorary member of ‘The International Guild of Artists’.
Peter has always maintained a fresh approach to his painting by experimenting with new styles and techniques stating “an artist’s work has to stay fresh, so he constantly needs new ideas. Evolution happens naturally as you strive to improve.”