Artwork by Peter McClory

This is a brief collection of my artwork created between 1996 – 2007.

Peter McClory, Girl With a Pearl Earing after Jan Vermeer, Chalk on Street in Florence Italy (Street Painting), 240 x 160cm

Girl With a Pearl Earing after Jan Vermeer, Chalk on Street in Florence Italy (Street Painting), 240 x 160cm

Girl with a Pearl Earing, working on the face, Street Painting by Peter McClory

Girl with a Pearl Earing, working on the face – Street Painting by Peter McClory

Girl with a Pearl Earing - Street Painting by Peter McClory

Girl with a Pearl Earing, and Passers By – Street Painting by Peter McClory

 

Botticelli's Venus (detail) still being worked on - Street Painting by Peter McClory

Botticelli’s Venus (detail) still being worked on – Street Painting by Peter McClory

Peter McClory, Birth of Venus Detail after Sandro Botticelli. Chalk on Street in Florence Italy (Street Painting), 210 x 170cm

Birth of Venus Detail after Sandro Botticelli. Chalk on Street in Florence Italy (Street Painting), 210 x 170cm

Peter McClory, Male Figure Sketch, Graphite on Sketch paper, 28 x 35cm

Male Figure Sketch, Graphite on Sketch paper, 28 x 35cm

Detailed Graphite Life Study - Figure Drawing by Peter McClory

Detailed Graphite Life Study – Figure Drawing of Isobella

Peter McClory, Woman Sleeping (after Charles Bargue), Graphite on Canson paper, 20 x 25cm

Woman Sleeping (after Charles Bargue), Graphite on Canson paper, 20 x 25cm

Peter McClory, Benno Figure Study, Graphite on Canson paper, 35 x 35cm

Benno Figure Study, Graphite on Canson paper, 35 x 35cm

Peter McClory, Hand Holding a Whetstone (after Charles Bargue), Graphite on Canson paper, 35 x 23cm

Hand Holding a Whetstone (after Charles Bargue), Graphite on Canson paper, 35 x 23cm

Peter McClory, Imagined from the Treople Fantasy Tree drawings, Chalk on Street in Florence Italy (Street Painting), 220 x 290cm

Treople, Chalk on Street in Florence Italy (Street Painting), 220 x 290cm

Peter McClory, Mauro Figure Study Drawing (from life), Graphite on Canson paper, 40 x 28cm

Mauro Figure Study Drawing (from life), Graphite on Canson paper, 40 x 28cm

 

Peter McClory, Tree Creature Holding Smokey Towns, Graphite on Paper, 25cm x 42cm

Tree Creature Holding Smokey Towns, Graphite on Paper, 25cm x 42cm

Peter McClory, Male Figure Light Shapes Study (from life), Graphite on Sketch paper, 20 x 25cm

Male Figure Light Shapes Study (from life), Graphite on Sketch paper, 20 x 25cm

Peter McClory, Ariadne (after Charles Bargue), Graphite on Canson paper, 20 x 28cm

Ariadne (after Charles Bargue), Graphite on Canson paper, 20 x 28cm

The below images are the first in a series of drawings which demonstrate symbolic ideas that show balances struck within amalgamations of man-made habitations sometimes almost entirely hidden within the environment, and various personifications of nature.

Peter McClory, Tree Creature Drawing (no.1), Graphite on Paper

Tree Creature Drawing (no.1), Graphite on Paper

This art was inspired by a love for nature and it’s tendency to produce complexity out of simplicity. Especially with respect to trees and their immensity, variety and adaptability to a wide range of environments.

Some less refined sketches from this series can be found in the Game Project section on this site. This is because I am also developing a video game that incorporates these concepts and images.

Peter McClory, Tree Creature Drawing (no.2), Graphite on Paper

Tree Creature Drawing (no.2), Graphite on Paper

Peter McClory, Tree Creature Drawing (no.3), Graphite on Paper

Tree Creature Drawing (no.3), Graphite on Paper

Commuters, 5pm, Monday - Gouache on Paper by Peter McClory

Commuters, 5pm, Monday – Gouache on Paper by Peter McClory

White Collar Weapons Chainsaw Man - Graphite on Paper by Peter McClory

White Collar Weapons Chainsaw Man – Graphite on Paper by Peter McClory

Peter McClory, Tree Creature Drawing (no.4), Graphite on Paper

Tree Creature Drawing (no.4), Graphite on Paper

 

Abstract figurative painting by Peter McClory in contrasting Blue and vivid yellow oil and acrylic paint mixed

Bright Light, Acrylic on Canvas

Peter McClory - Graphite Self Portrait from Germany, drinking White Beer

Self Portrait (1996), Pencil on Paper

5 Comments

  1. Posted September 23, 2010 at 23:06 | Permalink

    Hello, I would be interested in using one of your photos as the logo graphic for our organinc garden products. We are a locally owned an operated green products and recycling company in Tucson.

  2. Posted April 29, 2011 at 02:59 | Permalink

    I saw the logo you did for Tank’s Green Stuff. The tree is animated and well done.

    I am looking for something that would depict the type of healing I practice. The name of my (soon to be) company is Living Plant Medicine. I am a practioner of Asian Medicine and Herbology, Acupuncture, etc., (Recent grad) and hold a Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine. However, my focus is in the plants and herbs themselves. They are incredibly aware and I believe they can be induced to naturally modify their genetic structure to mitigate external pathogens. Don’t worry, I won’t digress into this.
    If you have some art that would fit this type of Plant Medicine presentation, I would be very interested in seeing it. NOTE: Do not draw anything. I am on a very limited budget for a while. I would also be interested in an animated character that I could use.

    Thanks to you for your time and congratulations on the great job you did on Tank’s tree.

    Sincerely,

    George Munger, MSOM

  3. Posted September 5, 2011 at 15:57 | Permalink

    Thanks yes of course you can. Tell me what you need and I’ll send some images through 🙂

  4. Posted January 17, 2012 at 01:19 | Permalink

    Hi there, was wondering if you’d be interested in talking about possibly working with our team doing some level design? We are a small development studio with a big mind set, and I am VERY impressed with your work. Would love to talk more. If your interested shoot me a email.

    Hope to talk soon!

    Brian

  5. Cameron
    Posted July 1, 2014 at 01:01 | Permalink

    Hey Peter
    I was wondering if I could use/get some help with 2D platform level designing for an assessment at school where I have to make a game, contact me if you are interested or think you can help, thanks!