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Peter Boes

335 Prospect Street Lockport, NY 14094
none, 14094, Venezuela
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Phone: 716-254-7865     Fax: none

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"Putting two things togehter has been the basis of art since time began.”
In my education I’ve studied  a wide range of subjects. One subject in particular gained my interest. That is the discipline of philosophy.      
A lot of my work with sculpture expresses simplicity in design coupled with balance. Because, as you know when there is balance - stability follows. Allowing for the freestanding of sculpture and the ability to interact with my work is my main goal in creating something unique. The ideas we might share are broadcast through my art and networks.  
Experimenting with materials of a metallic nature and using everyday objects, makes it much easier for me to sculpt. I like to especially create aesthetically pleasing sculpture from discarded items. Testing the boundaries of logic and pushing the envelope of reason, enables me to free my mind and push my work to new heights.
I consider myself a layman of sorts in many areas of life. As an artist I have a proclivity to sculpture, art appreciation and writing. My mission statement in the community is to inspire others to create.



Peter Boes 1975 
 Sculpture / Writing
Past Shows in Erie and Niagara County
Cosmopolitan Art Gallery, 2007-2008
Impact Artist Gallery, Tree Show - 2007
Mash Bash – 6/2008
Market Street Art Gallery, Twist Exhibit-8/2008
Lockport Public Library - 2008
Department of Veterans Affairs, Creative Arts 2/2009
Amherst Public Library - March 2009
Squealer, Published Poem – 2008
464, I2I March, 2009
Department of Veterans Affairs, Creative Arts 2/2010
Mash Bash - June, 2009
Carnegie Art Center - July, 2009
Amherst Garden Club Fundraiser 2009
SP@CE 224 Allen Street Buffalo 2/2010 
Niagara County Community College, Humanities and Social Sciences
Empire State College, Marketing and Business Communications 


Putting two things together has been the basis of all art since time began"