Two Lincolnshire artists who met at the Lincoln College of Art in the 1970s, mark their forty-seven-year friendship with a joint exhibition of ceramics and paintings.
Peter Segasby has his studio at Branston and was a foundation year student when he met his then ceramics tutor Pete Moss. Peter’s own artistic direction took him into a highly successful career in graphic design but painting and portraiture have always been part of his output. Most recently Peter has been one of the artists commissioned to design and paint statues as part of the successful Barons’ and Knights’ Trails around landmarks of Lincoln. His three works from the 2015 and 2017 Trails, including the iconic Chestnut Homes Baron, will be on show in the window of Sam Scorer Gallery during the exhibition.
Pete Moss still has his studio in Lincoln but his work is in demand and collected worldwide. His reputation has been earned through his skills not only as a ceramist but also a sculptor and for his technical brilliance. There will be approximately forty pieces of Pete Moss’s work on display, while Peter Segasby will be showing around twenty new paintings with two distinct themes.