Peter is a world renowned figurative painter who is best known for his vibrant urban landscapes. He is a member of The New English Art Club, The Pastel Society, The Royal Institute of Oil Painters, the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, an Honorary Member of the Royal Society of British Artists and Bath Society of Artists. His paintings have won numerous awards and he is the author of several books and DVDS on painting. 

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‘Crabbing at Blakeney’
Peter Brown
Oil on canvas
20″ x 16″

Lisa: In terms of your painting, how has 2017 been for you? Have there been any notable highlights?

Peter: It has been a year of painting trips.  I discovered New York in March (when it was 20C on the Wednesday and -7c on the Sunday!), The French Alps,  Hoi An City, Vietnam on a ‘paint with Pete The Street’ trip, a second hot trip to New York in Jume, Cabris in the South of France, and then closer to home, Scarborough, Edinburgh and forays to Devon and Dorset. I also managed to squeeze in painting at Glastonbury and a lovely new festival: Samphire in Porlock, North Somerset. But in between these trips I was working on my show of London and East Anglia which opened on 6th December this year.  As for highlights – hard to pin point exactly – I absolutely loved painting on the streets of New York but discovering East Anglia for the first time was a revelation.  Painting the alps – the scale of the landscape and the beauty of the snow and then Hoi An – what a great city – the hot busy markets and streets filled with really lovely people.. and Glasto – sublime!

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