Inspired by “remote landscapes,” Peter Stone paints textural landscapes that contain an impressionistic quality. The artist paints en plein air , where he focuses on capturing the effects of natural light on wilderness and developing his unique style of Tonal Realism. In his studio, Stone works further with the surface of his paintings to produce a unique stippled texture that catches the light and gives his work luminosity.
Stone received a BA from the Claremont Colleges in California. He travels extensively, working on location in New England, Australia, Nepal’s Himalayans, Turkey, Antarctica, and beyond. An active writer as well as painter, Stone has published illustrated books and a novel. The artist has exhibited at Winstanley-Roark Fine Arts, Dennis, MA and New Bedford Whaling Museum, New Bedford, MA.