Peter Vaillant, a recognised and acclaimed British Abstract Artist phenomenon, obtaining notoriety, through international exhibitions.
Reviewed as having an intrepid, powerful and vibrant modernism, distinguishable to his peers.
As with any signature his artwork is instantly recognisable.
His artwork has sounding affirmation from a catalogue of diverse art collectors and admirers of his work.
His unique presence and representation of abstract artwork has been exhibited and appreciated at such events as the RA Summer Exhibition, he has been awarded best regional artist of the West Country by ING Discerning Eye, winning entries from Royal Academy artists.
Peter's artwork adorns numerous divergent venues in the UK, Europe and further a field.
Liverpool Cathedral acquired Peters painting, titled ‘Praise’ which hangs alongside, artwork of Tracey Emin and Dame Elisabeth Frink permanently .
The BBC commissioned Peter for Queen Elizabeth II, Diamond Jubilee Pageant.
The finished artwork joined another BBC commission created by Sir David Hockney and exhibited in London.