My new work is concerned with connection, flow and movement. Like the aqueducts of Ancient Rome my sculptures can be viewed as a way to flow water from one point to another. My sculptures are about getting lost and finding ones way. Water flows and moves and is necessary for life. When water stands still it gets stagnant. When people stand still, they stagnate. Life for me is about moving forward. One does not always know what that movement will bring. It is always good to move, much like the movement of flowing water.
Peter received his MFA from Pratt Institute. He has a wife, two children and a dog. He teaches at Brickhouse Ceramics Art Center.