Peter Vaillant is recognised as an acclaimed and awarded British abstract artist phenomenon.
He has obtained notoriety through international exhibitions of unique, colourful, structured depictions on canvas and aluminium. Confirmation of his international consequence can be attributed with artwork adorning public and private collections.
Peter’s artwork is reviewed as having a powerful and vibrant modernism. Distinguishable to his peers, Peter’s paintings are colourful, intrepid and playful. His artwork has received resounding approval from Nigel Hurst, the CEO of Saatchi Gallery, Peter Randall-Page RA, Ian Davenport (Turner Prize nominee), Sir David Hockney and many others.
In November 2018, Peter was awarded the best artist in the West Country region by the ING Discerning Eye, a coveted exhibition, for his unique representation of abstract art.
In addition to this, Peter’s artwork has exhibited alongside influential British artists. Liverpool Cathedral acquired a painting ‘Praise’ which now hangs alongside other artworks by Tracey Emin and Dame Elisabeth Frink, to name a couple.
The BBC commissioned Peter to create a large painting for Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee Pageant. The finished artwork joined a commissioned piece by Sir David Hockney and both artworks showcased alongside each other in London.
Peter Vaillant continues to push the boundaries with his striking, collectible artwork and Forest Gallery are proud to work in close partnership with this talented artist.