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14th May, 2019, 100th Stabbing Death In the UK by Rosanne Gartner
A Look Of Consternation by Peter Gartner
Sunset At Sea by Peter Gartner
The Man In The Blue Velvet Hat by Peter Gartner
Under The Bridge by Rosanne Gartner
Hi, My Name's Nick by Rosanne Gartner
The Cigarette-smoking Man by Peter Gartner
A Moment's Thought, The Woman In Mottled Light by Peter Gartner
The Girl With The Well-Defined Jawline by Peter Gartner
Dancehouse, Manchester by Rosanne Gartner
Owl And Young by Rosanne Gartner
Piccadilly Station With Tram At Night by Rosanne Gartner
After The Surprise by Peter Gartner
She Stares In Annoyance by Peter Gartner
The X Files Finale by Rosanne Gartner
Market Street, Manchester, After Rain by Rosanne Gartner
A Candid Moment by Peter Gartner
The Yazidi Girls by Rosanne Gartner
Sombre Malevolence by Peter Gartner
Peregrine Falcon About To Land by Rosanne Gartner
Peregrine Falcons, Asleep On Nest by Rosanne Gartner
Peregrine Falcon Parents Feeding Chicks by Rosanne Gartner
Sitting In The Rain by Rosanne Gartner
St. Ann's Square, Manchester, at night by Rosanne Gartner
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About Peter Gartner
I live in Manchester. I am influenced by LS Lowry and Arthur Delaney, Northern artists. My mother and sister also paint, and I have included some of their paintings. I started out as a naive-pictorial artist, painting nostalgic trams from the past (there is a gallery of these) and as I have developed, I have become more pictorial, but I still have some naive elements in my work. Recently, I have been concentrating on portraiture, and I look for a facial expression in the subject which is interesting and can demonstrate an aspect of that person's character and psychology, perhaps also their current mood.
I think that a certain facial expression is more interesting visually than an expressionless though accurately painted face. I think it is important to display emotion in a person's face through their expression. This can make a portrait much more than a copy of someone's likeness, and opens a window on the person's character, personality and mood, as well as their appearance.