Intaglio etchings (from photographs) of portraits, dancers and landscapes. Colour landscape and still life photographs.
Peter makes photogravures (etchings from photographs) of portraits and landscapes. His works aim to capture the humanity and life and something of the spirit of his sitters. Peter Moseley is an experienced printmaker and printmaker, principally using the techniques and processes of the nineteenth century, including photogravure, platinum, salt and albumen, carbon transfer, kallitype and cyanotype printing. Peter has an MA in Printmaking from the University of Brighton and currently is Visiting Research Fellow at the Centre for Fine Print Research at the University of the West of England where he gained his PhD. He has had work shown at national and regional galleries, including the National Portrait Gallery and the Royal Society of Painters-Printmakers. He is an experienced and qualified teacher and has taught photography and printmaking workshops at universities, colleges and print centres in the UK and in Russia and China.