From animals created from maps, labels and discarded tickets, to garments carefully crafted from gift wrapping, musical scores and love letters, Peter Clark has the rare ability to turn ordinary printed matter into exquisite works of art with character, beauty and wit. Whether it's at a car boot sale in Chiswick, an antiques fair in Sussex, or further afield to flea markets in France, USA, Japan and India, he travels far and wide to source materials for his next pieces.

Born in Yorkshire in 1944, Peter studied at Manchester College of Art and Design from 1962-1966. Having had a prolific career in design and illustration (notably holding senior positions at Granada Television (London & Manchester) and NBC (Los Angeles)), in addition to freelance commissions for advertising, editorial, TV and publishing throughout the world, in 1999 Peter began creating his first commissioned collages. From then on the demand for his work has snowballed, leading to him becoming a full-time artist with works in private and public collections worldwide.


include:

2019 Portland Gallery London


2018 Portland Gallery London


2016 Portland Gallery London


2015 Gilman Contemporary Idaho


2014 Rebecca Hossack Gallery New York


2013 Rebecca Hossack Gallery London


2012 Rebecca Hossack Gallery London


2011 Rebecca Hossack Gallery New York


2010 Rebecca Hossack Gallery London


2010 CODA Museum Apeldoorn


2010 Holland Paper Biennale Rijswik


2009 Paul Smith London


2008 Rebecca Hossack Gallery London


2007 Rebecca Hossack Gallery London


2007 Paul Smith New York


2007 Paul Smith New York


2005 Paul Smith Los Angeles


2003 Rebecca Hossack Gallery London


2003 Paul Smith Milan


2002 Michael Carr Gallery Sydney


2000 Gabriele Skelton Ltd London