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Featured in the Financial Times and 20 Questions for The Telegram/Saltwire

Peter and his art was mentioned in the FT, along with an article on Newfoundland and The Newfoundland Distillery. If you would like to read the PDF version, please click here and if you are an FT subscriber, please click here.

Peter was also asked 20 Questions for the Telegram which is here.

The virtue of tidying the studio is finding a stash of artworks from Venice - now available in the online shop 

A 2016 exhibition at the Christina Parker Gallery in St John's from September 9th - October 1st

Detail and still from Streets, Toronto, 2016.   4K looped video

Detail and still from Subway, Toronto, 2016. 4K looped video

Picks Per Minute

Picks Per Minute features three brand new 4K videos by Peter Wilkins. All the video was shot in Toronto in an attempt to capture the daily iteration of the incessant movement within the city.

The exhibition is part of the Subtle Technologies Festival 2016 and is at InterAccess, 9 Ossington Avenue, Toronto from May 5th to June 11th, 2016

Please click on the image above to see the online versions of the work.

Joni Mitchel, Blue, 2015

Broken Social Scene, Broken Social Scene, 2015

Canadian Music

Celebrating 56 fantastic Canadian albums, so far. The work will be shown at the Christina Parker Gallery in St John's in 2016 and across Canada in 2017.

Please click the link for a peak at 6 of them. If you would like any more information please email

British Music

A visual celebration of 72 great British albums, from the Beatles and the Stones to Massive Attack and Young Fathers. Exhibited at Old Truman Brewery in London in 2015

Cream, Disraeli Gears, 2015

Florence and the Machine, Lungs, 2015

Portishead, Dummy, 2015

The Colour of Wine

Study to capture and measure the different tones, gradations and colours of wine

Pinot Noir, 2013

Crozes Hermitage, 2013

Monday Night, 2013


A study of colour and still life, exhibited at the 55th Venice Biennale.

Right. Red, 2013

Iconic Canadian Chairs

A study of the shape and form of Canadian chairs from the Design Exchange in Toronto.

W& S Czerwinski, H Stratford, 2011

Thomas Lamb 2011

Stripes in Series

Cityscapes, landscapes and seacapes

London Eye, 2011

North Wales, 2008

The Atlantic From St John's, 2009

Gander Aiport

Gander Airport is a design icon, completed in the late 1950's as showcase of Canadian talent for the transatlantic age. The airport opened just as direct flights from mainland North America to Europe started and the airport has been caught in time.

Eames, 2008

Sorenson, 2008

Robin Bush Sofa, 2008