Paintings

 

STUDIO PAINTINGS –   

Did you see Pete’s 2019 exhibition at the Mornington Library? All paintings on display sold and are now in their new homes, as well as the resulting commissions.  Hear about upcoming exhibitions via Pete’s Facebook page and Insta.

See all currently available Studio Paintings  here

Each painting invites the viewer to take a few relaxed breaths and be drawn into the scene.

All studio paintings are acrylic on boxed canvas.
Pete also paints plein air, acrylic on board and smaller boxed stretched canvas.
Paintings range in size.

Prints of Paintings are available in ivory Mat border to fit standard 23cm x 43cm (9″x17″) frame – to view prints click here

PLEIN AIR PAINTINGS –  See all currently available Plein air Paintings here

View Prints of EPA Paintings here

To purchase prints of any of Pete’s paintings please visit the shop.

To purchase paintings or to request a commission please use the form on this website. Pete is happy to discuss the specifics of your new painting.

‘I paint these scenes to bring a sense of peace into people’s homes and to remind us how beautiful Victoria’s coastline is.’

A multi-skilled artist Pete paints seascapes and has had many successful exhibitions around Melbourne, Australia.

Pete’s painting was chosen as a finalist in the inaugural SBS  Landscape competition in 2019 and for the ‘People’s Choice’ award from a collection of 120  artists work at the Pink Lady Art Exhibition 2010.

Pete is based in Melbourne. He paints acrylic seascapes from around the State of Victoria. Pete uses acrylic paint for the vibrant natural colours. Coming from a watercolour background, his use of semi-transparent washes over stronger colours suggest light and depth. The fast drying nature of the medium keeps Pete moving and helps give his paintings a fresh sense of immediacy. Pete’s free washes of clouds and water contrast with his fine detail of the yachts and beaches. The resulting realism, combined with the natural style and keeps the eye moving to the different points of focus.

Go to Youtube to view a slideshow of a selection of  Pete’s paintings  –  click here 

Check out Pete’s Facebook Art page : PetePascoeArt