Peter Tetrault determined his interest in art growing up in rural Manitoba, Canada. He began accepting
artwork commissions at 14 years of age, while earning his diploma in commercial art in Selkirk, MB in 1974.
He presently endeavors his career as an artist at a professional level, & enjoys working with a variety of
subjects, inspired by everyday life settings, most often in a realist's style working with water based, acrylics.
Works include, oil and acrylic paintings, portraits, pencil drawings, murals, and published limited editions.
Peter's inspired works, & commissioned paintings, exist in private and corporate collections.
In my opinion, the world we live in is filled with beauty, colour, intricate design & form, which may be seen
in many inspiring subjects. My main body of works, so far, expresses an appreciation for some of the good
things in life.
I hope my artworks may encourage others.
Chronology of Public Exhibits 1974 to 2000: Varied
2001 Varied MB Galleries, Organizations Exhibits / Varied Auctions
2002 The Waterfront Gallery Selkirk MB / Group / Varied Auctions
2002 Manitoba Art Expo / Group / Varied Auctions
2003 Manitoba Art Expo / Group / Varied Auctions
2003 Assiniboine Park Conservatory / Group / Varied Auctions
2004 Oxford Bible Church / Group / Varied Auctions
2004 Manitoba Art Expo / Group / Varied Auctions
2004 Assiniboine Park Conservatory / Group / Varied Auctions
2005 Kildonan Place, Winnipeg / Solo exhibit / Varied Auctions
2006 Art For Angels / Eye on the Arts / Group Benefit Auctions
2007 Group Benefit Auctions
2008 Clearspring Center, Steinbach / Solo exhibit / Varied Auctions
2009 But is it Art Framing Gallery Exhibit / & Varied Auctions
2010 Eye on the Arts / Group / Fort Garry Place, Winnipeg, Glitz Gallery exhibit
2011 Laurel Center Benefit Auctions / But is it Art Framing Gallery exhibits
2012 But is it Art Framing Gallery exhibits / Concordia Foundation exhibits
2013 But is it art Framing Gallery exhibits / Concordia Foundation exhibits
2014 But is it art Framing Gallery exhibits / Concordia Foundation exhbits