The thing Peters loves most about art is the freedom of expression that it allows. He has always been an artist, but it wasn’t until the age of 40 that he took on the challenge of actually marketing his work.
Peters works best in the morning and evening, and sometimes when it’s overcast and rainy and the sun is not beckoning him outdoors instead. He does not burden his work with any complex analysis or high-flown commentary; he simply feels that his work communicates a sense of peace and relaxation to the viewer.
Peters received a B.S. from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California; and an M.A. from California State, Long Beach.
His work has been exhibited at the Los Angeles Art Expo and the La Quinta Art Festival.