a tale of a few cities

Peter Combe, Pb18, Photo LA

Peter Combe, Pb18 Head (detail), Mixed media/punched household paint chips, 33 x 32″, 2010

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My Shared Exhibit

l. Andy Warhol, Self Portrait, 1967, Screenprint, Silver-coated paper, 22×21″, r. Peter Combe, 09h16473 Head, 2009, Mixed media, 11×16″
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Peter Combe, Pink Interference, 32″ x 39″, mixed media, 2009

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December 4 – January 31, 2011

Reception: Saturday, December 4, 6-9pm

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San Anselmo, CA 94960 USA

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@DFGallery Blog

Posted in appropriation, digital Collage, I appropriate, paint chip art, Photomontage, Vancouver by petercombe on April 15, 2010

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Eye Box

Posted in Art, I appropriate, Mixed media, paint chip art, Painting by petercombe on April 2, 2010

Peter Combe, Eye Box, ¼” hole-punched Behr paint chips, recycled Alessi watch box, 2010, 4″h x 4″w x 2½”d
Submission, “Out of the Box”, THE  LoDi PROJECT, Raleigh, NC, USA, April 2010

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Oh No!

Posted in appropriation, Art, I appropriate, paint chip art by petercombe on October 21, 2009

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Hope this isn’t a prelude of what’s to come. I don’t pilfer paint chips from Ace Hardware, nor do I buy them there. If I did, my art making would get very costly.

Current Project

Posted in Art, paint chip art, paper based art by petercombe on June 24, 2009

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I’ve got 3 more days to complete this piece and enter it along with the 2 previous portraits for a juried exhibition in LA.

2nd Piece

Posted in Art, paint chip art, paper based art, Peter Combe Art by petercombe on June 23, 2009

Again 4,800 hole punched dots – 6mm each. They are punched from BEHR paint chips.  Artwork’s dimension framed is 20×16″.

New Work

Posted in Art, paint chip art by petercombe on June 23, 2009

I’ve been busy for the past few months putting some new work together – hence the break from keeping up this blog.  Above is a recent work.  The portrait is comprised of 4,800 hole punched paint chips at 6mm each.  Framed artwork is 20×16″.

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