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For 'Path', his first exhibition in this country for six years, Peter Frie has created a series of beautiful new paintings and sculptures especially for the New Art Centre. These include landscapes painted in Frie's distinctive style as well as a large work for the sculpture park

Press Release

Peter Frie's paintings seem, at first sight, to sit conventionally within the long tradition of great landscape painters such as Constable, Dahl, Friedrich and Turner. Certainly Frie's animated brushwork captures all the drama and movement of scudding clouds across the sky and of trees rustling in the wind, and he conveys all the emotional impact of the different seasons or a sudden …

Peter Frie's paintings seem, at first sight, to sit conventionally within the long tradition of great landscape painters such as Constable, Dahl, Friedrich and Turner. Certainly Frie's animated brushwork captures all the drama and movement of scudding clouds across the sky and of trees rustling in the wind, and he conveys all the emotional impact of the different seasons or a sudden change in the weather. Frie's landscapes, however, are not straightforwardly representational. He does not depict particular places, but instead invents a fusion of different scenes he has witnessed at …

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Location

Roche Court
East Winterslow
Salisbury, Wiltshire, GB
Monday–Sunday, 11am–4pm