Peacock has worked professionally as a painter since graduating from Coventry University in 1998 with a BA in Fine arts. He grew up in Rugby, Warwickshire where his love of the ever changing landscape and the politics surrounding it began.
He has worked with galleries worldwide during his career and appeared at Art Fairs in London and Europe as well as designing work which can be seen on permanent display in Hotels and Housing Projects across London.
“Fractured” was a project Peacock undertook alongside the Curious Duke Gallery in 2015 focusing on the effects of Hydraulic Fracturing within the UK. His work gave an artist’s response in the form of 52 separate images, each titled with a place name where planned fracking was to take place. His love of working with fire and chemicals was centric to the process of creating the work for this show.
“Of The Land” which opened at the Curious Duke Gallery on May 3rd 2018. It was a direct artists response to the changing landscape of the area surrounding Hastings and Pett Levels. Peacock created 18 pieces in various sizes and styles, each piece looking directly at an area around the area. His love of the countryside and some of the deserted areas and weather beaten landscapes were a defining influence behind the work.
“Unseen Landscape” took place in 2013 at the Curious Duke in London after Peacock spent time in Australia. Spending his time taking part in bushwalks and collecting rock and earth samples whilst travelling and exploring. He exhibited this first in Australia at the Kerrie Lowe Gallery during 2012 where all the work was purchased by Sydney University.
During the summer of 2019, Peacock exhibited with the Wilderness Collective at The Royal Geographical Society in Kensington, London. He exhibited a collection of new works which have direct links to some of the lost pathways around Sussex and his own explorations with a metal detector which he uses to locate a variety of metals beneath the earth. During the show, Peacock gave talks and demonstrations on discriminating metals to audiences at the Geographical Society and how this process influences his work.
2020 will see a new solo show taking place at Kahn Gallery in London. Titled “Tide” The work will focus on the patterns and movements of the oceans as well as looking at coastal paths across the South Coast. This will be Peacocks 4th major solo show in London and his first with Kahn Gallery. Geraldine Hassler, the owner of the gallery is delighted to be able to exhibit some of a new collection of Peacock’s work for this special event.
2020 Events and Shows. Where to see the work.
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February, “Ephemeral Landscapes” PV 21st February. Show opens 22nd February- 9th March, with Hannah Ivory Baker at Kellie Miller Gallery, Brighton, Market St, BN1 1HH
March, “Contours” 12th March- 4th April, Highgate Contemporary, London with Hannah Ivory Baker, Highgate High Street, N6 5JG
September, 24th-27th, Kahn Art Gallery, AAF New York, Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th Street, NY USA 10011.
October, 22nd-25th, George Thornton Art, Battersea AAF, Evolution, Battersea Park, Queenstown Road, London, U.K. SW8 4NW
“Tide”, solo show. Kahn Gallery. October 27th-November 18th, Kahn Gallery, Queens Parade, Walm Lane, London, UK. NW2 5HT.
November, 19th-22nd, Hampstead Affordable Art Fair, George Thornton Art Gallery, Hampstead Heath, East Heath Road NW3 1TH, U.K.
November 20th-22nd, LUX Art Fair. Kahn Gallery, Luxembourg Art Week, Luxexpo, The Box. Luxembourg.
2019 Events and Shows. Where to see the work.
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March, “Out From The Downs” Highgate Contemporary, With Hannah Ivory Baker, Highgate High Street, N6 5JG
August “Out From The Downs” With Hannah Ivory Baker, Elisabeth Bauer Gallery, George Street, Hastings, TN34 3EE
September “Landlines” With the Wilderness Collective, Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, Kensington, London, SW7 2AR
2018 Events and Solo Shows. Where to see the work.
May “Of The Land” Solo Show Curious Duke Gallery, Whitecross Street, London, EC1Y
November “Pop Up Installation” Cass Art, Angel, Colebrooke Row, N1 8AB with Roys People
Past Solo Shows.
2012 Kerrie Lowe Gallery, Sydney, NSW, Australia ( Solo Show)
2013 Berlin Avantgarde, Berlin, Germany (With Fabian Freese)
2013 Curious Duke Gallery, London (Unseen Landscape Solo Show)
2014 Timberyard, Covent Garden, London ( With RoysPeople)
2015 Curious Duke, London (Fractured Collection)
2016 Pack of Patches Gallery. Jena, Germany (Solo Show)
Past Art Fairs :
Moniker Art Fair, October 2019, Curious Duke Gallery
Battersea AAF October 2019, George Thornton Art
Fresh Art Fair 2019, George Thornton Art.
Hampstead AAF, London. 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 Curious Duke
Battersea AAF, London. 2013,2014, 2015, 2016,2017 Curious Duke
Battersea AAF October 2018, Folly and Muse.
Bristol AAF 2015, Curious Duke 2016 George Thornton Art
Hamburg AAF 2016 Folly and Muse
Art and Antiques Salzburg 2017 Folly and Muse
Art Karlshrue 2016 Pack of Patches
Stroke 2016 Folly and Muse
The Old Oak Project, North Acton housing project, London UK. Foyer installation 2015
Novotel Hotel, Canary Wharf, London UK. Main foyer and 1st floor coffee bar installation Marsh Wall, Isle Of Dogs, London. E14 9PT 2017
Battle Almonry Gardens, Battle High St, Battle, TN33 2018
Whitecross Street Party, Garrett St, London, EC1Y 2019