Exhibtion at Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum and Arts Centre, Lochmaddy

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Peter’s contribution to this group exhibition is a series of paintings inspired by linear features of the Uist landscape:

“The paintings are my response to the sense of flatness in the machair edges: from the weight of long horizons and tall skies. Of moveable edges, such as waves and tidelines. And the indistinctness of rain and wind  …The paintings use flattened perspective and a deliberate unfocusing of edges. Multiple horizon lines are stacked vertically, sometimes creating a series of micro-landscapes within the overall image,  So there’s elements of both the repetition and the differences you find in living within one place over the seasons”