Peter Cangialosi is a monotype and woodcut printmaker living in Holyoke, Massachusetts. His work is inspired by old buildings, architecture, and the roads he travels around the Pioneer Valley and beyond. He seeks to explore the juxtaposition of nature and modern aesthetics - power lines and trees, train tracks and farmland, skylines and waterfronts. His goal is to give the viewer what they need to navigate the subject while still allowing room for interpretation and expression.
Peter graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design and his work has appeared in various locations around Northampton, Amherst, and the Pioneer Valley. Several of his landscape monotypes are part of The Boston Athenaeum’s New England Prints and Photographs permanent collection. He's available for custom woodblock and monotype prints, contact him to set up an appointment.