Peter Day is interested by the way humans interact with the Australian Landscape. He speaks to Stephanie Vigilante about making marks and finding meaning in human made objects. Prismatic Pointillism Article
Public art should represent our cities and their citizens, led by local artists who will work with the community to create beautiful and meaningful pieces that people can find a sense of pride in.
Peter shares his passion for public art with Cities Leadership Institute.
Arts Hub Article by Emma Clark Gratton
Peter Day’s large-scale public artworks have influenced his more gallery-friendly pieces.
Most artists tend to focus on one or two media: illustration, watercolours, sculpture. But Peter Day, Artistic Director of Peter Day – Environmental Art and Design, has worked across a wide variety of media over his career, from painting to printmaking, ceramics and mosaics to sculpture.
THIRTY years ago Sydney artist Peter Day had a life-changing experience. The former music promoter won a scholarship to attend the Royal Art Society in North Sydney and met Archibald winner Arthur Murch, the teacher that changed his life.