Peter Burke (b. 1944) comments that ‘this group of works is an exploration between people, a sense of place and the earth’. He believes that in this time of awareness – of the fragility of our environment and way of life – it is perhaps a good time to refer back to the basics; to people and our natural resources. The clays he has used in his series of sculptures Meditations On A Landscape are all sourced from the West Country, near where he lives in Bradford on Avon. 

After a student apprenticeship with Rolls Royce Aero Engines, Burke studied sculpture at Bristol Polytechnic in the fine art faculty. He has shown at New Arts Centre, Roche Court and at Southwark Cathedral. Burke has work in public collections including those in Korea, Lisbon and London.


2016      Lent installation, Southwark Cathedral, London
2015      Andipa Gallery, London
2013      Andipa Gallery, London
2011- 12       Victoria Gallery, bath
2011      Andipa gallery, london
2007      Ale and Porter Arts, Bradford on Avon.
2006/7       Cartwright Hall, Bradford Yorks.
2005      Spectrum Gallery, London.
1994      Atrium Gallery, Coopers and Lybrand, London.
1993      The Orangery, New Art Centre, Roche Court, Salisbury.
1992      The New Art Centre, London.
1991      Cleveland Bridge Gallery, Bath.
1988      Bath Contemporary art Fair. [ Louise Hallet Gallery]
1987      Watermans Art Centre, Brentford
1986      Victoria Gallery, Bath
1981      Festival Gallery, Bath
1978      South Hill Park, Bracknel