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Boathouse Studio

Fine art painter Peter Kiidumae paints to the sound of breaking waves outside his boathouse studio in Nanoose Bay on Vancouver Island. His inspiration comes from the spectacular views of islands, mountains and shoreline cliffs visible through the windows.

His crisp, realism paintings reflect his natural surroundings. Over the years they have evolved into bold, unique compositions that are based on strong underlying abstract patterns. The paintings must meet his high value on drawing accuracy. Sometimes, they may include some wildlife somewhere. Lately, Peter has been concentrating on larger paintings because size matters in creating the impact he strives to achieve.

Highly detailed large paintings take time to complete, so Peter’s productivity is limited to approximately a dozen paintings a year. They are only available directly from the artist. Commissioned works are welcome. Studio visits are encouraged. Please browse this site at your leisure, and contact Peter if anything catches your interest.

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Commission Welcome

If you would like to have Peter paint that special image for you, please contact him.

Portfolio

View Peter's portfolio of fine art.

Blog/Articles

2022-12-20

I am thrilled to introduce you to my new website which I’m hopeful will help take my art career to a new level. Website technology has changed so much since I launched my original website that I...

2016-12-11

Artists are frequently asked if they take on commission work, and almost as frequently they never hear from the potential client again. A serious commission enquiry that is followed up and leads...

2016-09-27

Last year I was asked by a cancer survivor who I know to donate a painting to a major fund-raising gala held annually by the BC Cancer Foundation. Finding treatments and cures for cancer is a...

2013-09-17

No, this is not about taking little coloured pills to get into a party mood. If you are one of those pathetic people that needs artificial stimulants and your search engine has brought you here...

2012-10-21

As much as I get great personal enjoyment from my own painting endeavours, I've often been perplexed by the question: What is the point of it all? Painting as a hobby for one's own personal...

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