Under the wing of “Lefty” Dimaggio, Curtis Keeler was given scrap wood, guidance and a few tools to build with as a youth. A 30+ year career in carpentry evolved into a second career designing and building cabinets and furniture pieces with the accent on primitives. He is a veteran trained as a Photographic Interpretor/ Cartographer and served in Viet Nam. Widely recognized as a Master Carpenter/Craftsman, Curtis has worked on projects for Clint Eastwood, Paul Anka, Doris Day, the “Doc” Ricketts family, and The Whaling House in Monterey. Curtis currently paints daily.