Pete was featured in the news today on Made in Bristol TV . They focussed on his work going out to the Middle East and accomplishments in Bristol.
Pete has work in several Bristol hospitals, health centres,schools,parks and cycle paths.
Pete was selected for the Sharjah’s yearly Islamic Arts Festival, now in its 18th year. The show reinforces the emirate’s status of Middle Eastern cultural centre. Elected UNESCO’s Islamic Cultural Capital of the Arab World 2014, Sharjah has become the liveliest and, according the The Art Newspaper, the ‘funkiest’ centre for contemporary art in the region.
The 18th Islamic Arts Festival will open in December and will run for a month. The event presents 46 exhibitions in various locations, showcasing over 700 works by more than 250 international artists.
The organisers, the Department of Culture and Information of the Government of Sharjah, said the festival and the artworks reflect global contemporary art trends and modern visual art movements.