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Peter Hales
Peter Hales has lived a life surrounded by natural beauty and immersed in an environment of art. Born in the small sea-side town of Point Lonsdale in Victoria, the love of beaches and living the alfresco life was inevitable. His father, a well renowned local artist provided carefree access to paints, paper and canvas, openly cultivating with Peter a love of capturing beautiful moments through art. Art and the love of life is in Peter’s DNA.

Peter completed a Higher Diploma of Art at Melbourne State College in 1972. During this time he often escaped the noise and clutter of the city inside the Victorian State Art Gallery. Many hours were spent absorbing the marvels of Van Gogh’s raw colours, Picasso’s flowing designs and the delicate lines of Matisse. He then went on to establish a teaching career but always knew that one day he would become a full time artist like his father.

Fifteen years later he moved to Noosa Heads, Queensland to enjoy a career as a professional artist. He now looks back with satisfaction and contentment knowing he has found and continues to live in, the fulfilment of that dream.

Peter's artwork explores and capture moments in the framework of humanity.

"Usually the image begins with a figurative drawing, but the painting is never allowed to remain literal. Instead a transformation is sought. Into what is always the question, the challenge. The end result is never predetermined but is edged towards, with much trial and error and many possible routes abandoned. Often the figure disappears into complete abstraction. The aim is to make a beautiful image of a form."

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