Karen Keogh studied at Roehampton University and Morley College, London. She is a painter and a printmaker, best known for her three plate colour etchings and painterly monotypes. The depth and variety of colours and texture achievable through the three plate etching technique are an endless source of inspiration. Her local environment forms the basis of her subject matter - both cityscapes and landscapes.
She has been consistently showing her work in exhibitions around the UK since 2012. The sites of these exhibitions have included the Royal Academy (in the Summer Exhibition and the London Original Print Fair), the Bankside Gallery, the Dulwich Picture Gallery, and of course, the Eames Fine Art Gallery and Print Room.
Karen was elected an Associate Member of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers in 2008. In 2011 she became a full member (RE). Her work is held in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford; the University of Aberystwyth Print Collection; and the Fitzwilliam Museum Collection, Cambridge. Karen lives and works in London.