How I See SF:Artist Keith Secola
Keith Secola is an artist that resides in San Francisco and belongs to the Ute Indian tribe and Anishinabe Nation. He shares with us how San Francisco inspires his artwork.
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Keith Secola belongs to the Ute Indian tribe and Anishinabe Nation. He graduated from California College of the Arts in San Francisco in 2018, focusing on silkscreen printing. To balance contemporary life and tradition, Keith blends printmaking, archival photography, illustrations, and murals derived from Native American life to transmit indigenous voices and identity. Keith shares how San Francisco has influenced his art and why it's a great city for everyone looking for artistic inspiration.
What does a typical day in San Francisco look like for you?
Get a skate session in or cruise around the streets with music on before heading to the print studio to do some work.