All weathers Pete!

peter brown

While today’s foul weather (Tuesday, January 26th) was enough to keep most Bathonians indoors, there was no stopping an artist known as ‘Pete the Street’ from going about his business.

Peter Brown at work under the Stall Street end colonnade of Abbey Church Yard.

Peter Brown is a British impressionist painter – based in Bath – who got his nickname from his practice of working on location in all weathers.

Today he had set up his easel under the shelter of the colonnade at the Stall Street end of Abbey Church Yard and was busy depicting the wonderful reflective qualities of a wet paved surface stretching out in front of him.

Peter Brown at work amidst the wind and rain of Bath today – Tuesday, January 26th.

Peter is a regular exhibitor at Bath’s Victoria Art Gallery but also currently has an exhibition “Paintings of London” on display at Messum’s in Cork Street – his biggest ever showing in London – until February 12th.