Category Archives: press

Exhibition hung – North Devon Journal

I can’t believe how long it took to hang this show – 21 paintings, prints, woodcuts and screen prints. It is always one of those moments when you have your pants down and think “Why do I do this?”

‘BOLD and arresting artwork will catch the eye at West Buckland School this month. The striking exhibition of prints, drawings and paintings is by Woolacombe artist, Peter Bright.

In it, Peter revisits images and ideas from his past and re-execute them in print and paint.

The picture of the astronaut inspired the paintings on canvas, pictured above, on the theme of What Happened To The Space Age?’

Press cutting 2004

Below is a press cutting about an exhibition I had in 2004. Click on image to enlarge.

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Celtic art is ornamental, decorative, avoiding straight lines and only sometimes using symmetry. Celtic art is a combination of various styles and draws upon influences from several cultures. Motifs are: knotwork, spirals, key patterns, lettering, zoomorphics, plant forms and human figures.