Innovative self taught sculptor, working in bone, wood, and metal using unconventional and ancient methods to create surreal objects with voice and personality.
2017 Valentin Yuktov, Repoussé and Chasing workshop, Morganville, New Jersey
2016 Michael Good Metal Smithing, Rockport, Maine
2015 Metal Smithing and Jewelry, Maine College of Art, Portland, Maine
2010 Bronze Casting, New England School of Metal Working, Lewiston, Maine
2008 Blacksmithing, New England School of Metal Working, Lewiston, Maine
2007 Digital Photography, University of Maine, Lewiston, Maine
2007 Black and White Photography, Ghost Ranch, New Mexico
2006 Black and White Photography, University of Maine, Lewiston, Maine
2017 “8th Annual Wildlife and Art Exhibit” STAA, St. Augustine, Florida
2017 “Visual Art Open 2017” Chester Art Fair, Chester, England
2017 “Spring Exhibition 2017” Black Hole Gallery, Rockland, Maine
2017 “Mythology”, Ann Street Gallery, Newburgh, New York
2017 “Picture Social Justice and Human Rights”, Gallery 1581 Brookline, Massachusetts
2017 “45th International Art Show” Brownsville Museum of Fine Art, Brownsville, Texas
2017 “Up Rooted” Brookline Art Center, Brookline, Massachusetts
2017 “NYC” Offline Gallery at CENTRAL BOOKING, New York, New York
2017 “Artist’s Visions” Cape Cod Art Association, Barnstable, Massachusetts
2017 “38th Annual Juried Art Exhibition”, Monmouth Museum, Lincroft, New Jersey
2016 “Trees of Life and Evil Eyes”, Abrazo Interno Gallery, New York, New York
2016 “Out of Order”, South Shore Art Center, Cohasset, Massachusetts
2016 “Juried Art Show” Brooklyn Waterfront Artist Coalition, Brooklyn, New York
2016 “22nd Annual Juried Exhibition” Zullo Gallery, Medfield, Massachusetts
2016 “Juror’s Choice”, Jamaica Plain, Boston, Massachusetts
2016 “Spring Exhibition 2016”, Black Hole Gallery, Rockland, Maine
2017 “Neptune and Salacia”, 1st place sculpture, Cape Cod Art Association’s, “Artist’s Visions”, Barnstable, Massachusetts.
2016 “Twins: Night and Day”, Award of Excellence, Manhattan Arts International, “New Beginnings”, Online Juried Exhibition.
2016 “Narwhale: Unicorn of the Sea”, Honorable Recognition, Contemporary Art Gallery Online, “Open-No Theme”, International Online Contest.
2016 “Twins: Night and Day”, 3rd place, International Gallery of the Arts, “2nd Annual Arts of Humanity” International Online Contest.
2016 “Goo goo J’oob”, 1st Place Sculpture, Naples for the Arts, Naples, Maine.
2017 Average Art Magazine, London, June Issue.
2017 Vellum, New York, Summer Issue Vol. #18.
2017 Matador Review, Chicago, Spring Issue.
2017 Woven Tale Press, New York, February Issue Vol.V.
2017 Exquisite Arts Magazine, Toronto, January Issue, Vol 32.
2017 Art Space Gallery Rockland, Maine
2016 Davistown Museum Liberty, Maine
“The objects come to life and inhabit a moody cinematic aspect to Plummer’s vision. Ancient themes of good vs. evil, spirits, and myths liken the work to primitivism. His use of materials also puts him in the category of those who historically shaped the term ‘found object.’” Stephanie Young, “NYC”, Vellum, Spring Issue, 2017.
“Keith Plummer has two works in the show, ‘Dark Knight’ and ‘Cat Mask’ using found bone parts and rock that celebrate the ongoing process of natural decomposition to a fascinating effect.” Juror Nick Capasso, “Out of Order”, Art Scope Magazine, November and December Issue, 2016.