Multi-Media Works and Prints
I use tag sale items and unwanted household kitchen objects to make patterns. Lately I’ve been thinking of how line and color can be two separate things. I’ve always thought color informs shape. But now I see it as a totally different way of expression; an element separate from line.
PATTERN BUILDS STRUCTURE and repeating pattern has power. The dots are a reference to Lichtenstein but not specificity for that, is to celebrate the difference between the automatic marks and the gestural brush work.
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Peter Konsterlie lives and works between Connecticut and New York. He has had several solo exhibitions in the United States and abroad, most notably The Aldrich Contemporary Museum, Minneapolis Institute of Art, The Plains Art Museum, Carnegie Mellon, Washington D.C., Sarah Bowen Gallery in Williamsburg, NY, Housatonic Museum, Claire Oliver Gallery, N.Y, and most recently at the Drawing Center Viewing Program in New York City. Konsterlie's work has been purchased and leased for feature film productions, and television productions such as the Blue Bloods with Tom Selleck, and on the ABC news program 20/20 with John Stossel.
Peter's many community efforts include:
Project Return Birdhouse Auction, Altered book auction Westport library,Vietnam Veterans for Peace, Nurture Art- helping young artists, Art for Haiti, Aids Awareness Auction, Black Rock Food Pantry, Monothon Norwalk Print Center, Art Space Gala Auction, Independent Film Fundraiser in Stamford, CT, WPKN Community Radio, Green Chimneys, Aids Benefit, Kids with Disabilities, NEA benefit, Children Defense Fund, Beat the Odds, and Charles Schultz Tribute for 9/11 heroes.