IN THE OVERLAP - A SURVEY OF PAINTINGS BY PETER RUSSOM - 12/17/16
Peter Russom is a Professor of Art at Plattsburgh State University. He has exhibited his work in national and international exhibitions for thirty years. His paintings and drawings are included in numerous corporate and private collections throughout the United States, Canada, and Italy.
Russom’s paintings explore the relationship between spirituality and the human condition. His most recent solo exhibition, “Transform”, demonstrated his continued interest in Italy as a catalyst for the paintings. Combining architectural forms, color systems, and geometric abstraction, Russom’s work is a complex layering of paint surfaces and content. Peter has exhibited recently in galleries in California, Wyoming, and Alabama.
Peter received a Master of Fine Arts degree in painting from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1987. He lives in Port Kent, NY, which is adjacent to Lake Champlain in upstate New York. He and his wife Robin have three children and enjoy travel, sports, and cooking.
on view through January 14th.