Born in June 1951 into an RAF family near Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England, Peter’s rich family tapestry includes smugglers, horse dealers and Sussex artistocracy.
Following his graduation from the Camberwell College of Arts, he completed his postgraduate teaching qualification at Brighton University and worked as a teacher in both the state and private sectors until 1994. During his time teaching the fine arts, he cultivated a wide range of skills, including: drawing, painting, ceramics, sculpture, woodcarving, mixed crafts and taxidermy.
Published in a range of national and international titles – including Leisure Painter, International Artist, the SAA and Lincolnshire Today – he now splits his time between France and his home near Brigg in Lincolnshire. His French studio, situated near Monet’s favourite place to paint, Fresselines, was established to share with other artists, friends and students.
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