A Fax From The Beach
A Fax From The Beach

$9800 50x45in oil on canvas stretched and framed

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Not Too Long Just Forever
Not Too Long Just Forever

$9800 50x45in oil on canvas stretched and framed

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A Party In The Fields Of Nostalgia
A Party In The Fields Of Nostalgia

10,200 50x55in oil on canvas stretched and framed sold

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Everything Alive Aches For More
Everything Alive Aches For More

$10200 50x55in oil on canvas stretched and framed sold

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2017
2017
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Sentimental Somewhere
Sentimental Somewhere

80x80in oil on canvas $16,500

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Tourmalina
Tourmalina

20X16in oil on canvas $1800 sold

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Psychic
Psychic

20X16in oil on canvas $1800

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Last Sunset First Sunrise
Last Sunset First Sunrise

20x16in oil on canvas $1800 sold

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Memory Braid 2
Memory Braid 2

42x35in oil on canvas $5300 framed

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First Sunrise Last Sunset
First Sunrise Last Sunset

42x35in oil on canvas $5300 framed

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The Decent To Truth
The Decent To Truth

30x25in oil on canvas sold

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Green (Apples on Paper)
Green (Apples on Paper)

watercolor on paper 36in x 28in framed $1500

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Forever For Now Here Everywhere
Forever For Now Here Everywhere

60x60in oil on canvas $11,000 sold

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Florescent Migration
Florescent Migration

42x50in oil on canvas $6500

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2016 Exhibition
2016 Exhibition
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Works on paper
Works on paper
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pastel_36x28_1500
pastel_36x28_1500

watercolor on paper 36in x 28in framed $1500

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Midnight Apples
Midnight Apples

watercolor on paper 36in x 28in framed $1500

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Reflection Repetition Meditation
Reflection Repetition Meditation

60x60in oil on canvas $11,000

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JEFF PETERS

BIO

 

A painter and illustrator, Peters’ work has been shown nationally for over a decade. In his most recent series, the artist combines nineteenth-century German romanticism with collage art, super-flat pop art and color field painting. A recurring theme in Peters’ work is the idea of pre-conceived notions of beauty. Having been brought up in a picture-book perfect environment where any disorder was a catastrophe, the artist has grown, in his own words, “suspicious of beauty, of value and of desire.” His paintings are an attempt to reconcile his most immediate surroundings. A backyard fruit tree turns into an “overworked, overproducing glitzy starlet, with perfect, supple fruit that should be on the cover of a cosmetic package.” It begs the question: What beauty can I trust?

 

Born in 1975, Peters currently works out of studios in Los Angeles, CA and Laguna Beach, CA. His work is in the permanent collection of the Laguna Art Museum (Laguna Beach, CA), and has been featured at the Irvine Fine Arts Center (Irvine, CA) and the California State University’s Dominguez Hills Art Gallery (Carson, CA), among others.

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