Robert Peters

Robert Peters

Robert Peters’ career as a professional artist has spanned nearly thirty-five years.  He is presently a regular contributor to prestigious museum exhibitions such as, Masters of the American West, Prix de West, and Quest for the West.  In 2011, he was the recipient of the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Arts’s Victor Higgins award for the best body of work exhibited at the Quest for the West.  His paintings are widely collected and he has presented numerous solo shows at notable galleries.  His paintings are also included in the permanent collections of several museums.

At the start of his career, Robert worked for twelve years as an independent freelance illustrator represented in New York City.  As a member of the Society of Illustrators, his award-winning paintings were featured on the covers of magazines such as US News and World Report.  Robert created paintings for the national advertising campaigns of corporations such as 7UP, IBM, Audi, Intel, Revlon, TV Guide, and others.  Robert’s illustration experience gave him a solid foundation for his current work.

Publications that have featured Peters’ landscape paintings are Art of the West, Cowboys and Indians, Equine Image, Persimmon Hill, Southwest Art, Western Art Collector, Western Horseman, and Wildlife Art.  The U.S. State Department selected several of his paintings for their Art in the Embassies exhibitions.

Robert currently resides in Prescott, Arizona with his wife and two children.