Keith Betts is a Sydney-based painter who works primarily in landscapes. Betts seeks out the abstract features inherent in the detail of Australian landscape and creates paintings that reflect that abstraction. He is represented in collections in the UK, Germany, Canada, Russia and the USA. In the field of portraiture he has been a finalist in the Moran Portrait Prize, the Black Swan Prize and the Percival Portrait Prize. He has been selected as a finalist in the Heysen Prize for Landscape, Mosman Art Prize (2019), Norvill Art Prize, Hunters Hill Art Prize, Hornsby Art Prize, Drummoyne Art Prize and Ryde Art Prize. He has won the Waterbrook Art Prize and was placed 2nd in the Royal Easter Landscape Section.