Art Title:Season's Greetings, the Baker
Size (in.):H: 42.00 x W : 40.00 x D : 0
Season's Greetings, the Baker
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Peter Maier was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1945. He graduated from Pratt Institute, located in New York, where he studied under Professor Max Spivak and sculptor Robert Mallary, who he assisted on the “Cliff Hangers,” a sculpture for the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair. Maier is truly an amazing and talented American artist, creating such ultra realistic masterpieces, which even transcend the medium of photography, as to take your breath away. He was highly influenced by such realistic masters as Grundewald, Durer, Homer, and Wyeth. Maier worked as an automobile designer for General Motors for a good number of years before retiring and devoting his time to becoming a full time artist. Maier spends his summers in Virginia and New England, while his winters are spent in Pennsylvania and Michigan where he presently lives. Maier has had numerous exhibitions, and his works are in many private and corporate collections across the country.
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