Peter Wyse

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WHEN THE POND FREEZES
PW674
acrylic, panel
12 x 12 in.
$840 CAD


RACE TO THE LODGE
RACE TO THE LODGE
PW673
acrylic, birch panel
16 x 16 in.
$1,120 CAD


CELEBRATE I
CELEBRATE I
PW672
acrylic, birch panel
8 x 8 in.
$540 CAD


CELEBRATE II
CELEBRATE II
PW671
acrylic, birch panel
8 x 8 in.
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CAT 1
CAT 1
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acrylic, board
12 x 12 in.
$420 CAD


BEAR 3
BEAR 3
PW668
acrylic, board
12 x 12 in.
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BEAR 2
BEAR 2
PW667
acrylic, board
12 x 12 in.
$420 CAD


ON PATROL
ON PATROL
PW664
acrylic, board
24 x 24 in.
$1,920 CAD


HOMECOMING
HOMECOMING
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acrylic, board
24 x 30 in.
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GREAT GRANDFATHER
GREAT GRANDFATHER
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acrylic, board
24 x 30 in.
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GRANDFATHER I
GRANDFATHER I
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24 x 24 in.
$1,920 CAD


THE MOUNTIE
THE MOUNTIE
PW656
acrylic, board
24 x 24 in.
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NIGHT SHREDDERS
NIGHT SHREDDERS
PW653
acrylic, birch panel
16 x 16 in.
$1,120 CAD


NIGHT SHREDDER
NIGHT SHREDDER
PW652
acrylic, birch panel
8 x 8 in.
$540 CAD


THE FLOCK
THE FLOCK
PW650
acrylic, birch panel
12 x 48 in.
$2,880 CAD


THE SNIPER
THE SNIPER
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acrylic, birch panel
24 x 24 in.
$1,920 CAD


BLUE
BLUE
PW637
acrylic, birch panel
16 x 16 in.
$1,120 CAD


YOUR SONG I
YOUR SONG I
PW636
acrylic, birch panel
10 x 8 in.
$610 CAD


THE BEST OF THREE DOG NIGHT
THE BEST OF THREE DOG NIGHT
PW634
acrylic, birch panel
48 x 36 in.
$4,870 CAD
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POW BOYS
POW BOYS
PW631
acrylic, birch panel
24 x 24 in.
$1,920 CAD


WE'LL PLAY ALL DAY
WE'LL PLAY ALL DAY
PW622
acrylic, birch panel
12 x 36 in.
$1,920 CAD


GUS
GUS
PW593
acrylic, birch panel
12 x 36 in.
$1,920 CAD


THE ALBERTA BOYS
THE ALBERTA BOYS
PW590
acrylic, birch panel
10 x 10 in.
$670 CAD


NO BUTTING
NO BUTTING
PW578
acrylic, medite
12 x 36 in.
$1,920 CAD


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Peter Wyse

Peter Wyse was born in 1970 (The Year of the Dog) in Kamloops, BC. He works from his home studio in the historic village of Clayburn, 75 km east of Vancouver. Peter shares this charming space with his wife, son and a mischievous mutt.

“I live within a landscape of dogs and frogs, flora and fauna, and even a rubber duck or two. My life is both peaceful and playful and this is what I paint.”

Peter was introduced to art at an early age through his grandfather, R.E. Walker, who schooled his grandson in the practice of painting and the discipline required by an artist. He later studied art history and fine arts at the University of British Columbia. Four years after receiving his degree, his grandfather suggested, “Time to quit your day job!” This encouragement has led to successful solo and group exhibitions in BC, Alberta and Washington State. His work is represented by galleries across Canada and is collected worldwide. Peter is a proud partner of UNICEF Canada.

Peter’s eclectic art interests range from Matisse and Rothko to the murals of Meso-America. These influences are evident within his spatial relationships and with his lively use of colour and line. While Peter has worked with a range of mediums, he now paints exclusively with acrylics. Insatiably curious, Peter takes great delight in the mundane, using his unique style of layering and sanding flat coats of paint to reveal how the ordinary can become extraordinary.

Born on Apr 1, 1970 in Kamloops, BC. Nationality is Canadian

Education

1994 BAFA, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
1992 Langara College, Vancouver, BC
Studio lessons with Grampa Buzz, White Rock, BC

Exhibitions

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2013 Hambleton Gallery, Kelowna, BC
2012 Granville Fine Art, Vancouver, BC 2005 White Rock Gallery, White Rock, BC
2001 Canada House, Banff, Alberta (with Bill Brownridge)
2001 Mix Gallery, Seattle, WA
2001 Elissa Cristall Gallery, Vancouver, BC
2000 Deborah Worsfold Gallery, Vancouver, BC
1999 The Fort Gallery, Fort Langley, BC


GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2017 Canada House Gallery, Banff, AB
2017 West End Gallery, Victoria, BC
2016 Adele Campbell Gallery, Whistler, BC
2015 Canada House Gallery, Banff, AB
2014 White Rock gallery, White Rock, BC
2014 West End Gallery, Victoria, BC
2014 Woodlands Gallery, Winnipeg, MB
2014 Canada House Gallery, Banff, AB
2013 White Rock Gallery, White Rock, BC
2013 Canada House Gallery, Banff, AB
2013 Granville Fine Art, Vancouver, BC
2012 West End Gallery, Victoria, BC
2012 White Rock Gallery, White Rock, BC
2012 Canada House Gallery, Banff, AB
2011 Canada House Gallery, Banff, AB
2011 White Rock Gallery, White Rock, BC
2010 Woodlands Gallery, Winnipeg, MB
2010 Granville Fine Art, Vancouver, BC
2010 West End Gallery, Edmonton, AB
2010 Canada House, Banff, AB
2009 White Rock Gallery, White Rock, BC
2007 Canada House Gallery, Banff, AB
2006 Canada House Gallery, Banff, AB
2005 Canada House Gallery, Banff, AB
2004 Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, BC
2004 Canada House Gallery, Banff, AB
2002 Canada House Gallery, Banff, AB
2001 Canada House Gallery, Banff, AB
2000 Deborah Worsfold Gallery, Vancouver, BC
1994 Painting Show, UBC, Vancouver, BC

Collections

The Bay, Calgary, AB
BC Children’s Hospital, Vancouver, BC Canuck Place, Vancouver, BC
Central City Brewing Company, Surrey, BC Don De Cotiis, Vancouver, BC
Sara Renner, Canadian Olympic Silver Medalist
Beckie Scott, Canadian Olympic Gold Medalist
Mosaic Homes, Vancouver, BC
Rick & Jessica Nash, NY Rangers

Awards

UNICEF Canada
Savary Island Land Trust Canuck Place
SPCA
JDRF Heroes Program SADS Foundation
Rob Bosinger Ski Training Scholarship
BC Children’s Hospital Foundation

Publications

Anningson, Brett. ARABELLA. “Love Bounces Back.” Spring 2016.
Atkinson, Cathryn. PIQUE Newsmagazine. “Artists Galore at The Art of Winter.” November 2015.
Alexander, Rob. Rocky Mountain Outlook. “Canada House Goes to the Bears Saturday.” June 2012.
Ryan, Janice. Edmonton Journal. “For the Love of the Canadian Experience.” February 2010.
King, Ingrid. Magazin’ Art, Fall Issue 2009.
Moore, Jacquie. SWERVE, Entertainment Magazine published by the Calgary Herald. Cover and article, “The Art of the Game,” September 2007.
Pirie, Jason. Rocky Mountain Outlook. “Show timed to start with the drop of the puck.” September 2007.
Connoly, Dayna. Summit Up. “Brownridge brings colour,” November 2001. Parry, Malcolm. The Vancouver Sun. July 2000.
Foster, Janis. The Abbotsford News. “Life’s a beach for ‘playful’ artist,” April 1999. The Langley Times. “Life is a Beach,” March 1999

Credits

2017 UNICEF Hallmark Holiday Card
2017 BC Children’s Hospital Healing Experience Project (Ceiling Tiles) 2017 Rogers’ Chocolates Art Tins
2016 Banff Alpine Racers ‘Race Day’ commission and 25 limited edition prints 2016 UNICEF Corporate Holiday Card Program
2015 Cover Art for Duncan Milne’s novel And Then They Ruined Everything 2013 Cover Art for Duncan Milne’s novel The Death of Rock ‘n’ Roll
2013 BOZO CUP Race Bib
2012 SUGOI Artist Series Cycling Jersey
2011 Signal Snowboards, created for prorider Chris Dufficy 2009 Wellspring Foundation Greeting Card Program
2009 Cornerstone 52 Foundation Greeting Card Program 2008 CTV News, October 26, 2008
2000 Compaq Presario Commercial

CHARITIES

UNICEF Canada
Savary Island Land Trust
Canuck Place
SPCA
JDRF Heroes Program
SADS Foundation
Rob Bosinger Ski Training Scholarship
BC Children’s Hospital Foundation