Looking forward to going back to Louisville, KY next week for the interior designer reception at my Paul Paletti Gallery exhibition on Wednesday, May 30, 2018 from 5 – 8pm. Here is the invitation:
Some publicity for ‘Shibumi’ at the Paul Paletti Gallery, Louisville, KY:
Peter is looking forward to being at the opening reception to his exhibition, “Shibumi”, at the Paul Paletti Gallery in Louisville, Kentucky, this Thursday, April 12, from 5 to 8pm. The exhibition is on from April 6 to June 29, 2018.
I am honoured to have received the Best Landscape Award at the RMG Exposed 2017 public art auction at the at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery in Oshawa, Ontario. The live and silent auction is an annual fundraiser in support of free arts programming in Durham Region. I would also like to thank the bidders and buyers of both of my prints that were in the auction: Three Pines (the award winner) and Three Sisters. The Robert McLaughlin Gallery is a public art gallery in the city of Oshawa and is the largest gallery in the Durham region.
The jury has selected two of my prints, out of 466 entries, to be at the RMG Exposed 2017 public art auction at the at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery in Oshawa, Ontario. The live and silent auction is an annual fundraiser in support of free arts programming in Durham Region. This is a chance for people to bid, and perhaps get a good price on Three Pines and Three Sisters, both in the 8 x 8 inch size. I will be attending the event, which will take place on Saturday, November 25, 2017, from 7 to 10pm. Tickets to the auction are for sale at RMG Exposed 2017, get them before they sell out! The Robert McLaughlin Gallery is a public art gallery and is the largest gallery in the Durham region, located at 72 Queen Street, Oshawa, Ontario.
I just had the honour of installing an art exhibition of twelve of my award-winning small to large prints at the Waterloo Region Court House in downtown Kitchener, Ontario. The work is located in the judges/lawyers lounge as well as in the law library and adds a meditative and elegant mood to the setting — just what the visitors will need to recharge their energies. Thanks to Sylvia Galbraith and Norman Busse for making it happen. All prints are for sale and the show will be up until early January 2018.
I am proud to have two pieces — Cattail Party and Dunedin Crest — accepted into the Society of Canadian Artists 49th Open International Exhibition, which will run from September 7 to 17, at the Papermill Gallery at the historic Todmorden Mills heritage site in Rosedale, Toronto. Todmorden Mills is located at 67 Pottery Road, Toronto. The opening reception will take place on Thursday, September 7, from 7 to 9pm.
I am very honoured to be representing Canadian art and photography at the Louisville Photo Biennial in Louisville, Kentucky, USA, this fall, with Shibumi, a two artist exhibition. It will be a great pleasure to show my work with Louisville artist Matt Gatton’s iconic photographic sculptures at the West Street Art Center in Madison, Indiana, halfway between Louisville and Cincinnati. The exhibition will open the last week of September and run till around the end of November or early December. The exact dates of the exhibition will be announced soon. The opening reception with the artists will be on Saturday, September 30, 2017.
My exhibition, “Serenity”, at Abbozzo Gallery has ended. I would like to thank everyone who attended for an amazing month. It was a pleasure to meet so many great people, some from as far away as Oregon, California, and New Mexico. I hope that everyone enjoyed the art and was inspired. A special thanks to Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival and Abbozzo Gallery for making the exhibition possible, and also to Global Furniture Group, the Art Dealers Association of Canada, and the Rotary Club of Etobicoke for organizing special events at the exhibition.
Peter’s upcoming exhibition, “Serenity”, part of the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival opens next week, on April 29, with an opening reception from 1 to 4pm. The exhibition information is now online on the CONTACT Festival website.