From 1st April… ‘Stephen Todd and Neville Fleetwood’
This exhibition will showcase Peter’s work from the 1970s right up to 2009, the year he died. It features his popular prints as well as very rare originals and signed limited edition prints. This is probably one of the last chances to see such a range of his work as most of his originals and signed prints are now in the hands of private collectors. His work continues to rise in value.
The Pennines were the inspiration for his paintings and his unique style and characteristic humour have made him a firm favourite over the years.
To be considered for one of our exhibitions please visit our submission page
“The landscape provides material for exploring facts and suppositions; certainty and imaginings.
It is a starting point and backdrop to find the present time and imagine a different one. This might be looking for something tranquil or something apocalyptic. It might be about the passing of time. Experimental landscapes.
J. M. W. Turner is a great inspiration.”
“My contemporary paintings demonstrate a strong, bold use of colour and vibrancy, which are developed by applying layer upon layer. I am particularly well known for my still life paintings, where I position everyday objects in carefully crafted suspended space, and landscapes which are full of atmosphere, with patchwork fields arranged into vivid abstract designs.