Reflections in Glass and Stone- Peter Allan Rice
When you crack the cover of Reflections in Glass and Stone and view any one of more than sixty full-colour images of Peter Allan Rice’s artistry, it evokes a greater appreciation for the shrinking natural world around us and transports you to a place of peace and tranquility. With each turn of the page, his glass, stone and metal creations challenge us to look at our relationship with the environment as well as the people and creatures that we share it with. Overlain on smoky and subtle images, Peter’s written descriptions fill us with hope and inspire all of us to strive for the same sort of colour and light in our world that we see reflected so wondrously in his sculptures.
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About Author - Peter Allan Rice
Peter Allan Rice’s work not only draws the viewer in with its stunning three-dimensional visual effects and colour, but his written descriptions and subject matter also evoke emotional responses of lost loved ones and cherished memories. His writing does not shy away from subtle references to environmental issues, or injustices he sees in the tumultuous world around him, but rarely does he fail to lift the spirits of all who view his work.
His sculptures are in collections throughout North America and Europe, and he has had showings at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, as well as representing his work regularly, over the last two decades, at The Algonquin Arts Centre with many of Canada’s foremost wildlife and landscape artists.
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