We have added a new section to our main website: Painting of the Month. This section will feature one piece of artwork each month (or roughly every month). The purpose of the monthly painting is to provide visitors a quick glimpse into Charles Peterson’s ongoing collection. Because the For Sale section is continuously updated with new painting, and the inventory or status of the artwork is constantly changing, the featured painting will give visitors a chance to quickly view recent (and available) artwork.
“Thinking of the feelings we all have when we do something new, wondering how it fits into its category over time.”
C. L. Peterson
A new section for printed media has been added to Charles Peterson’s website. The section has a collection of flyers and other small publications. All of the content was produced by White Door Publishing Company. We anticipate visitors will find some of the new content interesting and informative. For instance, most of the flyers that were produced as part of ‘The Memories Collection’ are listed, and include short blurbs about the print, sizing, and even original retail prices. The flyers are divided by artwork series:
- The Memories Collection
- A Week In Door County
- School Days
There are a few other flyers listed that don’t fit in any of the previous categories. Please note that most, but not all, of Charles Peterson’s prints had flyers produced. A “flyer” column has also been added to our list of reproductions.
Click here to view the new flyers & publications section. Enjoy.
Charles Peterson’s original watercolor Lucia Simpson Leaves Sturgeon Bay will be featured in the 31st Annual International Maritime Art Exhibition at Mystic Seaport Maritime Gallery on September 25, 2010. The Maritime Gallery at Mystic Seaport is the nations more reputable gallery for contemporary maritime art.
Norse Mythology, the Muse October 1- November 6, 2010
Opening reception: Oct 2, 5-7pm Free and open to the public
In the exhibition, “Norse Mythology, the Muse,” 2- and 3-D artists are invited to draw inspiration from ancient Norse myths. Inherently imaginative in their explanation of natural events, myths encourage the storyteller/artist to literally put their unique mark on a piece, in this case through symbolic and figurative designs.
Peninsula School of Art’s Guenzel Gallery is located at 3900 County Road F, Fish Creek. Info at 920-868-3455 or www.peninsulaartschool.com.
Please join us on May 29, 2010 for the Memorial Weekend Show.
Charles L. Peterson’s new original artwork will be featured at Cottage Row Gallery in Door County, WI.
A maritime scene; a watercolor compared with the pencil version. Enjoy!
Below are two pictures of Charles Peteron’s earlier artwork, from the 1970s. The first is a fall scene, VIEW FROM CHORAL HILL. The second is a winter scene, SNOW STORM AT ANDERSON’S DOCK.
Thanks to artwork owners for letting us display them online.