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Peter Frost oil painting 'Vinney Rdige Birch'
Vinney Ridge Birch
Oil on Canvas Board
Image size: 45 x 40 cms
Framed Size: cms
Price framed: £480

Peter Frost - July 2018 - Opens Saturday 7th
'The Forest' Exhibition

Exhibiting with us for the first time, Peter brings his knowledge and love of the New Forest alive in his paintings.

Peter Frost oil 'Pony on the Highland Water'
Pony on the Highland Water
Oil on Canvas
Image size: 55 x 71 cms
Framed Size: cms
Price framed: £1080

Vinney Ridge Oak
Oil on Canvas Board
Image size: 45 x 40 cms
Framed Size: cms
Price framed: £480
Peter Frost oil 'Autumn Pannage, New Forest'
Autumn Pannage, New Forest
Oil on Canvas
Image size: 56 x 72 cms
Framed Size: cms
Price framed: £1080
Peter Frost oil 'Midsummer in Ashurst Wood'
Midsummer in Ashurst Wood
Oil on Canvas
Image size: 55 x 71 cms
Framed Size: cms
Price framed: £1080
Peter Frost oil 'White Cattle'
White Cattle
Oil on Canvas
Image size: 46 x 76 cms
Framed Size: cms
Price framed: £1000

Peter Frost oil 'Spring in Ashurst Wood'
Spring in Ashurst Wood
Oil on Canvas
Image size: 50 x 76 cms
Framed Size: cms
Price framed:£1000
Peter Frost oil 'Ponies on the Solent Shore'
Ponies on the Solent Shore
Oil on Canvas
Image size: 48 x 59 cms
Framed Size: cms
Price framed: £680


Artist Details: Peter is known in the New Forest for both his conservation work and his paintings of forest scenes. He is a keen observer of nature and loves to paint the ancient woodland trees which he does with an experienced eye.

He has worked for over thirty five years to protect the Forest in various roles: Chairman of the New Forest Association, Natural England Verderer and member of the New Forest National Park. He has now retired from his conservation work and is able to devote himself to his painting.

Inspired by the seasonal shifts of Forest life, he often paints outdoors to capture that moment when the light and feeling of a place come together. He then adds the finishing touches in his studio in Netley Marsh.