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Peter Strobos' recent works exhibit the culmination of several decades of meticulous study, exploration and evolution of expression and technique. Peter Strobos now begins to depict the thoughts and visions cultivated in his early life.

Each painting is completed only with professional grade artist’s oils, on ce… Read More
Peter Strobos' recent works exhibit the culmination of several decades of meticulous study, exploration and evolution of expression and technique. Peter Strobos now begins to depict the thoughts and visions cultivated in his early life.

Each painting is completed only with professional grade artist’s oils, on certified fine Belgium linen, stretched and tacked on the rear of museum grade combination aluminium and wood stretchers from the Netherlands. All are painted round the edges, therefore not requiring framing, if so desired.

Three of the Fluidity series were completed on 100% pure cotton canvas stretched over specially machined obeche timber stretchers. There has however been a transition to only certified fine Belgium linen.

A Limited Edition of 25 Certified Giclée Fine Art prints will soon be available for paintings in the Fluidity series, each on museum grade canvas. For the larger artworks, an Exclusive Edition of around 5 prints, at the same size as the original artwork, will also be available. All are signed and numbered by the artist, come with an embossed stamp and a ‘Giclée Printers Europe’ certificate of authenticity signed by both the artist and master printer. Read Less
Dec 2010 - Peter Strobos was selected as a 'MyArtspace at SCOPE Miami 2010' finalist by Distinguished Jurors: Elisabeth Sussman, Senior Curator, The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York | Jarrett Gregory, Curatory of Contemporary Art, The New Museum, New York | Mollie White, Show Director, SCOPE Art Show | Cat… Read More
Dec 2010 - Peter Strobos was selected as a 'MyArtspace at SCOPE Miami 2010' finalist by Distinguished Jurors: Elisabeth Sussman, Senior Curator, The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York | Jarrett Gregory, Curatory of Contemporary Art, The New Museum, New York | Mollie White, Show Director, SCOPE Art Show | Catherine McCormack-Skiba, Founder & CEO, CatMacArt Corporation. A selection of his work was digitally on display with MyArtspace - Booth A32 at the SCOPE Miami 2010 show Nov 30th - Dec 5th, running concurrently with Art Basel Miami. SCOPE is the largest and most global art fair in the world featuring emerging contemporary art with 7 markets worldwide.An impressive list of journalists, writers, museum representatives, collectors and artists attended the show. Peter's oil on linen painting, An ethereal synchronism, was chosen to represent MyArtspace at SCOPE Miami 2010 in the Exhibitors catalogue on the SCOPE Art Show website.

Aug 2010 - Peter Strobos was selected as an award winning artist in the 25th Annual Chelsea International Fine Art Competition by Ms. Megan Fontanella, Assistant Curator of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York. He was presented an Award Certificate of Excellence by Ms. Fontanella and selected to participate in a Collective Exhibition at Agora Gallery, Chelsea – Manhattan, New York during August of 2010 Read Less
2011 - 1st 2011 Showcase Winner at Artslant selected by jurors: First Golden Frame artist, Julie Davidow | Walter Mason, Curator, Haggerty Museum of Art, Milwaukee | Hillary Metz, Director, Blythe Projects, Los Angeles.

2010 - Certificate of Excellence, 25th Annual Chelsea Fine Art Competition.
Granted by juror,… Read More
2011 - 1st 2011 Showcase Winner at Artslant selected by jurors: First Golden Frame artist, Julie Davidow | Walter Mason, Curator, Haggerty Museum of Art, Milwaukee | Hillary Metz, Director, Blythe Projects, Los Angeles.

2010 - Certificate of Excellence, 25th Annual Chelsea Fine Art Competition.
Granted by juror, Ms. Megan fontanella, Assistant Curator, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. Competition hosted by Agora Gallery, Chelsea, New York. Read Less
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