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Following graduation from the University of New Hampshire with a degree in Painting and Graphics, Peter Mallen embarked on his journey of artistic pursuit that continues to this day. In addition to his fine art focus, he enjoyed a very happy and successful career as a scientific illustrator working with medical research scientists. For many years he was affiliated with the Schepens Eye Research Institute, Department of Ophthalmology, Harvard Medical School.

Peter Mallen
Bird Street Studio

Currently focused on painting, prints and sculpture, Mallen is producing large scale paintings, color woodcuts and stone sculpture. In May, 2017, he was an International Artist in Residence at the UNESCO Medina of Tetouan, Morocco. His work has recently been included in an international woodcut exhibitions in Kyoto and Tokoshima, as well as a solo show in Provincetown. A show of his Works on Paper is currently on view at Out of the Blue Gallery in Cambridge, MA.

In collaboration with Harry Judd, Mallen has also produced and mounted street installation projects focusing on social justice issues. In July, 2016, they created ArtAttack/Oak Bluffs in response to the mass-murder attack at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando (51 pieces installed in Oak Bluffs Arts District). During Women's Week in October, 2016, Judd and Mallen installed ArtAttack/Provincetown which focused on gender equity and pay parity (45 pieces installed in Provincetown's East End Gallery District). In each case, the surviving art works were donated to a charity. The Oak Bluffs pieces went to the town library, while the Provincetown pieces went to Helping Our Women (HOW). The pair installed ArtAttacks in New Orleans (February-March), San Diego (March-April) and will instal l in Paris in September, 2017. Mallen will also be exhibiting on the west coast while continuing to work in his summer studio gallery in Oak Bluffs, on Martha’s Vineyard.

all images copyright Peter Mallen 2018