Peter Rashford Art Collections
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Artwork by Peter Rashford
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
The Stream by Peter Rashford
Passing Connection by Peter Rashford
Autumn Twilight by Peter Rashford
Silent Waters by Peter Rashford
Moment of Seclusion by Peter Rashford
Two Trees on a Hill by Peter Rashford
Castles Made of Sand by Peter Rashford
Castles Made of Sand ll by Peter Rashford
Pine Island by Peter Rashford
Caribou Trail by Peter Rashford
Wise Likeness by Peter Rashford
Winter Ride by Peter Rashford
Transitions by Peter Rashford
St. Joseph Parish by Peter Rashford
Wintry Meadow by Peter Rashford
Fermenting Cellar by Peter Rashford
Binoculizard by Peter Rashford
Teasel by Peter Rashford
Buffalo by Peter Rashford
Stockbridge Valley by Peter Rashford
Lake Pleasant by Peter Rashford
Stroll on the Beach by Peter Rashford
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About Peter Rashford
Artist Peter Rashford began working in art at an early age. His mother created art and passed interest in the arts onto her son. She introduced and encouraged artistic skills. Peter majored in art and math at Clinton Central School, Clinton, NY. He received an Associate in Applied Science degree from Mohawk Valley Community College, Utica, NY, in 1977 majoring in Advertising, Design, and Production. He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Syracuse University in 1979 majoring in Illustration. Peter has worked with publishers, advertising agencies, graphic design studios, offset printers, screen printers, and videographers. His activities have included many facets of printing and video production. “Midair Studio” produces and distributes limited edition prints and serigraphs, original art, and graphics. The business also offers illustration, murals, graphic design, and video production.
Peter exerts his artistic muscles in pen & ink, acrylics, watercolor, pastel, charcoal, colored inks and pencils, airbrush, serigraphy, computer generated images, and animation. He strives to use diverse subject matter and materials that require all his creative skill and craft to invent an innovative work of art. Designs may be hand draught, photo mechanically manipulated, digitally generated, or any combination of techniques. His art leans toward realistic landscapes and wildlife, fantasy, and a dab of abstract.
Peter has garnished numerous awards in art exhibitions. Such as pen and ink drawing titled "Castles Made of Sand" was awarded the 2012 Mary Garrison Memorial Award in the 21st Annual Essential Art Regional Juried Art Show at the Cooperstown Art Association Gallery, 22 Main St., Cooperstown, NY. This is a national juried art exhibition.
Charcoal drawing “Wise Likeness” was awarded 3rd Place in the juried Arts Exhibition at the 2011 New York State Fair in Syracuse, NY, in Fine Arts Division A - Professional Class / Graphics.
Two works were exhibited in the 2010 New York State Fair. Pen and ink drawing “Castles Made of Sand” won 3rd Place in Fine Arts Division A - Professional Class / Graphics. Watercolor painting “Moment of Seclusion” won Honorable Mention in Fine Arts Division C - Professional Wildlife Art Class / Paintings.
Watercolor painting “Autumn Twilight” was awarded one of five Artistic Merit Awards in the Utica Art Association 2011 Fall Exhibition at the Herkimer County Community College Cogar Gallery, Herkimer, N.Y.
First Place award for “Wise Likeness” in the August 2010 Art Show at the Dodge Pratt Northam Art and Community Center, 106 Schuyler St., Boonville, NY.
The Utica Public Library “Express Yourself Art Contest: 2010” awards the top five works of art out of sixty entries. Each year the art contest has a different theme. This year's theme was all Black and White Art produced in pencil, pen, or ink. First Place was awarded to Peter Rashford for “Castles Made of Sand.”