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Mapping your memories
Memories, we all have them. Some of them more special than others.
Where you lived with friends, your first holiday location, with the special person in your life, a wedding proposal location, where you met your partner, where your child took their first steps, where you graduated from, the first family home or maybe just a favourite place you like to walk or picnic. We all have these places and the memories associated with them.
Peta’s abstract aerial views of real locations can be a map of your special memories. Colours, shapes, patterns, textures and more can be incorporated to your specification. Anything that helps you to relive the location and the events that took place.
A commissioned artwork for a special birthday or anniversary is a very unique gift to give.
Peta can create a painting that will bring those fabulous memories to the forefront of your mind every time you see it. This is bound to make your everyday that little bit better.
Prices from as little as $600. Artwork on site for similiar sizes and style is an indication of pricing.
Peta Tranquille Peta Tranquille is an artist that is not easily definable. Mostly self taught, Peta has been drawing and painting her whole life. With over 30 years of Cartographic experience, Peta’s passion lies with Maps and in particular aerial views of the Earth from above.
Born in Perth and moving to the WA wheatbelt at a young age, Peta was raised on a farm, exposing her to rural and city ways of life. Her studies lead to a career in map-making before the digital age and reliance on computers, therefore her work is distinctly precise.
Peta was born an artist and it shows. Her pieces reflect her experience and passion for maps and geography. She creates with precision, showcasing her appreciation for maps, cityscapes and geographical interpretations. Fluid creativity and mathematical structure are combined seamlessly as she marries abstract and realistic form.
Peta can creates surfaces so flat it appears to be digital. Alternatively she can produce hard edge textured areas that appear to be confined behind an imaginary wall.
Peta moved to Melbourne 2013 and since then has exhibited in multiple groups shows as well as three solo exhibitions.
Peta’s signature utilises her middle name and initial of her first and maiden names.
#plouiseg (Something she derived in her early teens and uses to this date.)
Visit Peta’s website for more information
Exhibitions And Collections
Three Solo Exhibitions
Multiple group exhibitions throughout Victoria and NSW
Works in Private Collections all over Australia, Amsterdam and China.