Peter is a landscape colourist/expressionist artist, who has been painting for about 20 years.
Initially he was drawn to depict the corporate environments, the call centres and open plan offices (he refers to them as the new mines) where he worked as a data cleanser, capturing the impact of upon the workers. A series of highly charged, vivid and visceral "landscapes" of the modern corporate environment followed.
As an antidote to this, Peter would often escape to the wild places of the North for solace, freedom and peace.
The beauty and the wonder of the forests, lakes and mountains soon became his new inspiration.
He can now often be found painting plein-air in all weathers the rugged wilds of the North, the tranquil beaches of the Northumbrian coast and the mountains of Cumbria.
Peter has exhibited across the UK and has twice appeared as a wildcard on Sky Landscape Artist of the Year
Here is a collection of his work. The main image is Craster in Northumberland. Please contact Peter for further information or visit his own sites via the links below.
Old Man of Storr Isle of Skye
Kintail The Scottish Higlands
Rocks at Carrick Beach
Luskentyre Beach Island of Harris & Lewis
Loch Assynt Ardvreck Castle
The Necropolis Glasgow