Peter and a Paintbrush: Original Acrylic Paintings for Sale

peters-paintings-029bestoffull These are some of my paintings. They are available to buy as prints at my online gallery on Photobox. There are prints and gift items available  to suit all.

If you would like, you can own them as compiled in my book, Peter And The Hare’s Fireside Companion.

With these  paintings I am continuing the journey I started with words. Each is naive, organic and dreamlike in aesthetic.  The kind of art I like. They look good in my house so I’m sure they might in yours.

ARTIST’S BIOGRAPHY:

Peter Buckley is a painter and writer from Leicester, England. His poetry has appeared in the online journals “Feathertale”, “Madelaine” and “The Orchid Room”. He has recently completed a post-graduate degree in Film Studies. He delights in strange music, long conversations, cute animals, adventure, magic and cappuccino.

These paintings are his latest endeavour, following his surrealist blog project, Peter and The Hare. He has now copy-and-pasted the title to bring you these works, in which he returns naively to a place where words, pictures and dreams combine, somehow.

PAINTING DESCRIPTIONS (Click on Titles)

…with the hare the buffalo and giraffe and remember we kissed at sunset. – Original Acrylic Painting on Canvas (10” x 8”/254mm x 203mm)

This is an original acrylic painting. It is painted on an unframed canvas.  It incorporates various animal figures drawn from imagination and memory. As a result, it has a naïve, innocent and dreamlike atmosphere. The red lips and warm colours lend a sense of romantic intrigue to a painting which is altogether highly mysterious.

The painting has calming, organic effect, assisted by the kind of deep and vivid tones of green that have been fascinating me of late. The paint takes its natural course down the side of the canvas, providing a revealing insight into the process of creation. This is not a print.

•Unique Original Artwork
•Width: 10 inches (approx.)
•Height: 8 inches (approx.)
•Media: Acrylic
•Surface: Canvas
•Vividly Presented with Green, Brown, Deep Red, and Subtle Yellow.
•Finished Professionally with Artist’s Gloss Spray Varnish
•Despatched Promptly and to a High Standard.

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The King – Original Acrylic Painting on Canvas (16” x 12”) SOLD!

This is an original acrylic painting. It is painted on an unframed stretched canvas. It is predominately green and incorporates eye, leaf and crown motifs. I like it for its calming, organic effect that is counterbalanced subtly by the influence of a black pattern, suggestive of barbed wire.

To me, “The King” has a narrative aspect that speaks of ambition, and the burdens of power. As such, it might be ideally suited for display in the throne room, or office. It is a painting of an abstract inclination. The paint takes its natural course down the side of the canvas, providing a revealing insight into the process of creation. This is not a print.

•Unique Original Artwork
•Width: 16 inches (approx.)
•Height: 12 inches (approx.)
•Media: Acrylic
•Surface: Canvas
•Vividly Presented with Green, Cream, Black, Blue, Yellow and Red.
•Finished Professionally with Artist’s Gloss Spray Varnish
•Despatched Promptly and to a High Standard

Science Fiction 1 (Or, ”YOUR DAMNABLE FUTURE”) – Original Acrylic Painting on Box Canvas (8” x 10” Depth 1.5”)

This original acrylic painting predicts, with near complete inaccuracy, the very shape and texture of your red and grey future. It is painted on a box canvas.

It is painted with the only colours your evolved eyes will perceive.

You will not use touch screens, for you will exchange your fingers for someone else’s – an anonymous presence who will dress you in green LEDs and cling wrap.

There will be no geography, and a lot of poor and destitute cartographers will wander the land like vagabonds. Your top ten “Desert Island Discs” will play on a desert island. As you detect the feint whirring of a cassette tape, you will never be alone again.

This painting is a hope-filled vision of the certain doom that awaits us all. Sadly, it features no robots; but is the first in a proposed series of science fiction inspired paintings.

I made a conscious effort to create something alien, aesthetically pleasing but also potentially disconcerting. The painting is texturally eclectic, due to the energy and verve with which it was created. I “flicked” paint over the canvas, which is known to produce a highly kinetic effect. The deceptive simplicity of the painting’s colour scheme, and the extremity of the angles it employs, make for a striking and bold image.

This – spaceship, perhaps? – is a harbinger, or a sign…of what? Joking aside, I’m inclined to be optimistic about what the strange silver-blue artefact might mean to the inhabitants of my grey Earth.

The paint takes its natural course down the side of the canvas, providing a revealing insight into the process of creation. This is not a print.

•Unique Original Artwork
•Width: 8 inches (approx.)
•Height: 10 inches (approx.)
•Depth: 1.5 inches (approx.)
•Media: Acrylic
•Surface: Box Canvas
•Vividly Presented with a Texturally Eclectic Spectrum of Intense Greys, Reds and Greens.
•Finished Professionally with Artist’s Gloss Spray Varnish
•Despatched Promptly and to a High Standard.

See The Full Gallery Here!

Works change so check back often to see what’s new!

10 thoughts on “Peter and a Paintbrush: Original Acrylic Paintings for Sale

  1. Thanks for the support, Paul. If you really want to, of course they are there to buy, but y’know, I’ve mentioned my shop to friends just so they can have a look, as a point of conversation, but I don’t want any of my friends to feel they “have to” – or something like that – out of friendship. Of course i’d be overjoyed if anyone likes my stuff and buys from me, but it must be for the sake of art, y’know?

    I’m not being particularly eloquent today and I don’t want to sound ungrateful to anyone…but I just want to make sure my friends in general are aware that when I draw they’re attention to this I’m not (necessarily!) just spamming them, but of course every order is cooler than cool, and cool customers are cooler. Acctually, thats gonna be my company motto…
    🙂

  2. Chill out, Peter. You know me, I don’t anything out of a sense of obligation. The paintings are fantastic, I love them. And they are a good investment cos I know for sure you are going to be collectable. Well not you personally but your art will be collectable. It’s like buying a Van Gogh when he was still alive, not that you’re crazy or anything, see now you’ve got me doing it, worrying about everything. Haha, the paintings are wonderful and I will be proud as a penguin to look after that one. Look after because it will always be yours really, I will just be caretaker.

  3. Haha, paul, if only i could have like, perhaps, a robotic virtual doppelganger of you to tell me to “chill out, peter” in that lovely accent I am imagining. I’m glad you like my paintings, if you want to buy I’ll make the experience as wonderful as possible!

  4. Fabulous, fabulous, fabulous. I have one hanging on my wall right now and it is wonderful. To create is a gift not just to you but to those who benefit from buying into your world Peter. I shall treasure it and know all to well that feeling of *argh!* when someone purchases your work. It never passes but it is always unjustified. I raise my glass to you,🙂

  5. I’m so glad you like it Narnie! How wonderful an experience this has been for me, thank you. I find it all very exciting. I’m just overwhelmed with this immense sense of joy, to have shared a creation – it enrinches the “story” of the painting somehow, and it’s much better than hoarding them in my house.🙂

    All the best,
    Pete

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