New Appalachian Painting By Peter Pettegrew

Florida landscape impressionist painter Pettegrew is a long way from home in the setting of this painting which features a gazebo and mountains (gasp) in the distance– the scene is western North Carolina, and this piece was made on location for the Richard James Gallery of Cashiers, NC. Although known primarily as a southeastern U.S. artist, Peter travels in the Caribbean, the Appalachians and the American West annually, with occasional excursions to Europe.

Summer Afternoon

14×18, Oil on canvas.

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