Arts of Palm

Artist Peter Shire displays his piece “Blood & Sand” for the ‘Arts Of Palm’ Project. Named after the 1922 film “Blood & Sand”, Shire’s art explores the concepts of progress, constructivism, and temporal fragility. Visit beverlyhills.org and search ‘Arts of … Continue reading

ON ECONOMY AND DESIGN

In the 1960s, when many other artists went to Venice to rent studios after graduating from Chouinard, Peter Shire stayed in Echo Park, the winding, intricate neighborhood in northeast Los Angeles where he grew up. Along Echo Park Avenue, which … Continue reading

Kelly Wearstler Favorite Things

“Peter Shire’ s genius is in the joyful combinations of form and function into a single whole. He elevates everyday items into works of art” Kelly Wearstler Favorite Things

Icon in the Remaking

The L.A. artist, a perennial face of Postmodernism, is being discovered by a new generation of fans. Read the article in dujour.com

Pin-Up

Pin-Up 12 Fall/Winter 12/13 Interview by Katya Tylevich – Portraits by Marsha Brady Read the article