Fine artist Peri G. was born between the mountains and the ocean of Santa Barbara, California, in 1972. Her undeniable connection to nature is readily visible in her work, which reflect the rich elements and beauty of her birthplace.
Peri’s work has an unusually large range, as she utilizes various artistic media to express her ideas. Her unbridled creativity energizes her work across the range of genres: Abstract, Expressionism, Impressionism, and Modern Figurative. Layering is a crucial component to Peri’s work, all of her compositions are infused with her which dictates the materials she uses and conveys the final message.
As Peri evolves as a woman and creative spirit, her works also reflect the seasons she is experiencing. The word "season" exemplifies nature and connection to the earth, but for her as an artist it also represents periods of inclination, structure and color exploration. Her love of and experience in interior design, architecture and fashion freely influence her highly sophisticated works of art.
A passion for painting organically drew her to exhibit professionally for the first time in 2006. The initial response to her work propelled her into a world of collectors, celebrities and world-renowned architects - solidifying her as an international contemporary abstract artist. She has been represented by many galleries throughout the United States and is in private collections around the world. To best service her continually growing clientele of Interior Designers, and to offer direct contact with her many Collectors, she has opened Peri G. Fine Art in the stylish Uptown Design District of Palm Springs, CA.
“Creating has always been an instinctual process for me. It is a quintessential component to my existence.”
Behind these doors is where creativity happens, hearts heal, and our children rest their heads
We currently have 4 children still at home, the rest are grown and are off into the world. Our home is nestled inland from Malibu and North of Thousand Oaks, where we sit on just under 2 acres. Our home has multiple studio spaces that each offer different functions. On our farm we have 4 dogs, 3 alpacas, 7 chickens, and a rabbit..."currently." We are in the studios 3 days a week, then out to Palm Springs, Thursdays - Sundays to operate the Gallery, and meet clients for custom commissions and installations.
Just a few of our fury farm friends
This is some of our brood, the loves of our lives and the reason we travel back and forth
Thank You for letting us share the "other" side of our life away from the Gallery