Saturday, February 6, 2016

Peter's Parlor by k Madison Moore

Peter’s Parlor
Inspired by Peter Max

Painting with The Masters
Art within Art Series III

18 x 18 x 2 Interior Oil Painting on Canvas

I haven’t painted an interior for some time and have had
Peter Max on my mind for awhile so decided to start off the
New Year with some inspiration from him. I always like painting
with him because of his use of bold colors.

He does a great job of mixing primary colors with pastel colors
in one composition. Always loved that about him. He certainly is
not afraid to mix and paint whatever and how ever he wants and
not according to the “so called rules” of thumb for artists of using 
the same palette and genre all the time. So boring!

Enjoy “Peter’s Parlor”

Peter Max (born Peter Max Finkelstein, October 19, 1937) is a German-born American illustrator and graphic artist currently living in New York City. He's known for his use of psychedelic shapes and color palettes, spectra in his work, and the counter-culture, pop-art-focused nature of his art.

His work has been featured in various popular publications, events, and various museums and galleries worldwide. Examples of his commissions include being the official artist of the 1994 World Cup, painting of the hull art of a Norwegian Cruise Line, and border murals along entry points to the USA from Canada and Mexico.

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