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Chris Peters  Los Angeles, CA

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Chris was raised on Bainbridge Island, Washington. He trained for three years at the Gage Academy of Art, completing their program that emphasizes academic painting techniques. Chris holds both a Bachelors and Masters degree from the University of Washington.

His work has been exhibited in numerous galleries devoted the the Los Angeles Pop Surrealism / Lowbrow Art movement, including Copro/Nason Gallery in Santa Monica, La Luz de Jesus in Hollywood, and as a featured artist for Cannibal Flower.


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Israel campbe

03.24.2011 @ 4:38 PM

MAkes me want to go take a walk before i end up like that lol.

Marie

02.17.2011 @ 8:12 PM

Sweet! It wouldn't surprise me if I died in front of the tv;). Anyway, both r great peices. Creative, well done, I've nor seen anything like it b4 and I love it!

Kwilson

01.23.2011 @ 2:42 PM

i love this is says forever my love ...this is an awesome piece .

Sy young

01.01.2011 @ 2:00 AM

Still in love after a lifetime of marriage.

Questmaster

10.11.2010 @ 5:22 PM

This is humanity, a skeleton of once was. Will it change?

Asdfasdf

10.27.2008 @ 1:50 PM

agreed. might be hard to do, but thats boring. Like, i haven't seen that before!

E.norton

08.24.2008 @ 9:25 AM

Top 25? this is boring. ill say it looks difficult, but really guys?

Katherine

08.12.2008 @ 12:37 PM

Stunning.

Gwenboyer

08.11.2008 @ 7:22 PM

The lean of the second redition reminds me of a Herman's Hermits song called "In case that certain little lady comes by" or something like that.

Jimmy

08.09.2008 @ 10:41 AM

There's a haunting and strangely playful mixture between the everyday and the eternal in these paintings that makes them both moving and memorable, in my opinion. Great work!

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