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Ends 23rd August  ·  Terms
 🎨 Anyone can own original art 🎨 
10% off EVERYTHING* code: ANYONE10
15% off $650+ code: ANYONE15
Ends 23rd August  ·  Terms

peter lancaster

Joined Artfinder: Nov. 2018

Artworks for sale: 17

United Kingdom

About peter lancaster

 
 
  • Biography
    Since graduating with a degree in Fine Art from Canterbury Christ Church University in 1999 I have been painting and refining my personal style. Having specialised in abstract paintings for the majority of my Degree I wanted to make sure that I also had a firm grounding in the technical aspects of painting and drawing. I feel this is apparent in my still life work today. This also helped me when I was teaching art. Firstly in a small independent school in Notting Hill Gate and more recently when I completed my PGCE at Goldsmiths University. I no longer make Abstract paintings, but I approach my Still Lifes with the same mind-set. It is more about the positioning of the objects and the contrast of colours chosen rather than an accurate representation of the subject matter. I aim for my paintings to be quiet meditations upon a subject, which are in stark contrast to the hectic clutter of our every day lives.
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  • Education

    2005 - 2006

    Goldsmiths College

    1996 - 1999

    Canterbury Christ Church University

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Education

2005 - 2006

Goldsmiths College

1996 - 1999

Canterbury Christ Church University


There are no upcoming events


 

Biography

Since graduating with a degree in Fine Art from Canterbury Christ Church University in 1999 I have been painting and refining my personal style. Having specialised in abstract paintings for the majority of my Degree I wanted to make sure that I also had a firm grounding in the technical aspects of painting and drawing. I feel this is apparent in my still life work today. This also helped me when I was teaching art. Firstly in a small independent school in Notting Hill Gate and more recently when I completed my PGCE at Goldsmiths University. I no longer make Abstract paintings, but I approach my Still Lifes with the same mind-set. It is more about the positioning of the objects and the contrast of colours chosen rather than an accurate representation of the subject matter. I aim for my paintings to be quiet meditations upon a subject, which are in stark contrast to the hectic clutter of our every day lives.
 
 
 
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