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through glass darkly (2004)

war paper

Through glass darkly is one artist’s personal response to the contibual stream of images that saturated the media during the bombing of Baghdad in March of 2003. These inages flooded the living rooms of homes far away from the conflict itself creating a strange mirrored reflection of two opposing realities. One, an endless series of imagesd of horror superimposed one on another, the orderly Continue reading

Negotiations and Meditations (2008)

‘Colour speaks on its own terms the way a trumpet sounds its own notes…’ When asked to talk about the first influences on his paintings it is with the early work of Wassily Kandinsky that Peter DeLorenzo begins: ‘… the Blue Rider paintings in which colour operates more like music and those points of transition when the colour lifts itself away from what it starts out to represent and becomes something else, that’s what was so vital’. Continue reading

Paris in Paint


THE ILLAWARRA MERCURY WEEKENDER, Saturday  August  9,  2008    69


Some head to Paris for romance but Robertson artist Peter De Lorenzo finds creative inspiration in the City of Lights.

De Lorenzo has travelled to France four times and each time the memorable capital city has renewed his artistic enthusasism. Continue reading

past exhibitions (1977-2008)

Paris Black, first painting exhibition, Watters Gallery, 1977

Untitled, first painting exhibition, Watters Gallery, 1976

Paris Blue Scroll

Paris Blue Scroll, acrylic on canvas, Paris 1975, Watters Gallery

wall painting during Leichhardt Rooftops exhibion at Mori Gallery, 1984

oil on canvas, 1160 X 1610

painting from series Interruptions and Cancellations at the New England Regional Art Museum in 2003

Installation of Negotiations and Meditations at Wollogong City Gallery 2008