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About Peter Senesac

I'm now using Fine Art America to handle all of my printing and framing of the reproductions of my paintings and photos. They do an amazing job of quickly making professional prints and they have a greater variety of quality materials for printing and framing than I'm able to offer from my own studio. You can get your prints in a variety of sizes on different papers, canvas, and even get them printed on metal or acrylic. I am still selling my originals directly and shipping them from my studio. To see all the options for buying, framing and printing reproductions click here reproductions click on this link.

Art, for Peter, is a way of combining the observation and imagination with the process of manipulating tools and materials. Heís interested in the way the visible world is shaped by light and shadow, the effects of atmosphere on light, and the way reflections describe the surface of water. He uses techniques such as wet in wet and layering that allow me to evoke the low light of dawns, the quiet solitude of foggy days and the texture of everything from trees to clouds to water. The mood and atmosphere are more important than trying to depict a particular place. The woods, the beach, and any body of water and itís surroundings are subjects that have the ingredients for expressive paintings. These techniques also work well for the more abstract expressionist, aleatoric work. A style started in 2013. These new works have not been reproduced and the originals are available on his web site and at the Artisans Guild Gallery in Gainesville Fl
Working in series allows for the exploration of different aspects of a scene or idea. Multiple versions of the same idea or different views of the same place are interesting ways to explore a subject. One scene can be the source of many compositions.
Peter gravitated to watercolors from oils mostly as a way to do color sketching but found the way water and paper and color interact interesting and beautiful. He started painting with watercolor on gessoed canvas and board in as a way to frame without the problems associated with glass. Works of collage and paint on canvas and board using multiple layers of acrylic paint and protected with varnish allows for bigger works and makes them easier to view and much less fragile or susceptible to the environment than watercolors. Watercolor techniques are still being used in recent works on canvas to make abstract landscapes.