Peter Brooke

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Peter Brooke

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Peter Brooke: The Nature of Memory and Experience presents over sixty selected paintings by the artist from over twenty-five years of work. Writer Alice Lyons takes the reader on a walk in the woods with Brooke, illustrating the physical and imaginative sources from which his paintings spring along the way. Essayist Grace-Yvette Gemmell provides insight into Brooke’s interpretation of the natural world as an instrument for painting the complex relationship between memory and experience. An interview with the artist in his studio by Mitchell Manacek and a photographic essay by Glenn Suokko provide insight into Brooke’s artistic history and creative process.

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Published by Valise Print Artisans, the book is 8½ x 10 inches, 120 pages, hardcover, with over 100 color reproductions and black-and-white photographs.