Peter Poskas

American, Born 1939

Prominent 21th Century American landscape artist Peter Poskas has been painting New England for more than three decades. While his earliest pieces were reminiscent of Edward Hopper’s style, inspiration for his current work evolved when he moved to Washington, Connecticut, where he began painting the farm of his elderly neighbor, Emily Uranus. Poskas’s thoughtful studies of light and perspective reflect the subtle nuances of seasonal change - a constant subject of his work.

Peter Poskas has enjoyed a successful career as an artist and continues to exhibit his work throughout the United States. His much sought-after paintings have been collected both privately and publicly, including such important institutions as the Frye Art Museum in Seattle, the Mattatuck Museum in Connecticut, the Mint Museum in North Carolina, and the Rahr West Museum in Wisconsin.