Keith has had a 50 year career in aviation art. Active in the Air Force Art Program over 40 years, with 53 major paintings in the collection, he has traveled worldwide with the Air Force and flown in and documented the missions of most jet aircraft types in the inventory. He is a founding member and past president of the American Society of Aviation Artists. He's best known for two 75 foot murals at the National Air and Space Museum "Fortresses Under Fire" and "The Evolution of Jet Aviation." …
Original Ferris paintings are owned and exhibited in galleries and museums world wide. Keith is an Honorary Daedalian, Honorary member of the USAF Thunderbirds, 1992 inductee into the Aviation Hall of Fame of NJ, and Honorary Doctorate from Daniel Webster College in 1995. His painting "Real Trouble" was selected as Best of show at the ASAA Annual Exhibition in 1995, "First Trap" in 1996, "Rolling Thunder" in 1999 and "Nowhere To Hide" in 2000.