Eye of the Bird: Visions and Views of D.C.s Past on view from October 17 through December 23, 2018
Eye of the Bird: Visions and Views of D.C.s Past featured in the Washington Post
The Toy Theatre mural completed in Dupont Circle Historic District...
White House interiors and exteriors for the White House Historical Association...
Work for the Sheridan Kalorama Call Box Restoration Project...
Interested in owning a Peter Waddell original?
Peter Waddell's paintings reveal the beauty and awe of America's history and architecture. He brings building and historical events to life. His interest is not just in the great men and women of history, but also the workers, servants, and ordinary people who were an important part of the story.
His work reveals our heritage, and enables guardians of historic sites to transport their visitors back to earlier times.
To this challenge Peter Waddell brings 30 years of experience as both a practitioner and teacher of art, first in his native New Zealand and since 1992 in his adopted country, the United States.
Peter Waddell's paintings both entertain and educate. They allow a window to history. Their historical authenticity is based on the highest scholarship using written accounts and material evidence. Added to the artist's informed creativity is his unique painting skills especially his ability to depict light, and the surfaces on which it falls.
His work includes collaborative projects with Mount Vernon, The US Capitol, The Octagon, The Museum of the American Architectural Foundation and The White House Historical Association as well as many works for private clients.