TIME TV is featuring the artist, Dodwell Keyt.
His paintings are displayed on the walls of collectors in Australia and overseas.
Dodwell Keyt was born in Colombo, Sri Lanka and emigrated to Australia at the age of thirteen.
He has been drawing for as long as he can remember. His work was first exhibited at The Perth Street Gallery in November 1987.
Dodwell paints and draws for his own pleasure and enjoyment. He uses the human form to express and communicate his feelings and thoughts.
He has experimented with a number of media and styles. He uses oils in most of his paintings but has used media such as watercolours, pen and ink, pastels and pencils. His styles range from minimalism to portraiture.
Dodwell is comfortable with the use of technology for his artistic creativity. Today, he produces works of art by integrating his artistic skills and the computer. The rapid advancement of technology has opened creative avenues for him that was not possible a few years ago.
"Why should we not use all the available tools at hand to express our thoughts, feelings and experiences," Dodwell said. "Digital format has its place in the art world."