Artspace-Kan, Kyoto

I will be showing at Artspace-Kan, Kyoto. This is my first show in Japan.

Peter Dellert Solo Exhibition "Three Truths"

  • Venue: Artspace-Kan
  • Show Dates: Tues, May 15 - Sun, May 27, 2018 (Closed on Mon, May 21)
  • Open: 1:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
  • Address: 69 Higashitakanawa-cho Shichiku Kita-ku Kyoto  603-8203 JAPAN



  • 会場:アートスペース感
  • 会期:2018年5月15日(火)〜5月27日(日)*5月21日(月)休廊
  • 時間:午後1:00〜7:00
  • 住所:〒603-8203 京都市北区堀川通今宮一筋下ル東入 東高縄町69
Three Truths / 三つの真実

Three Truths / 三つの真実


Spring Trip to Cuba and to Japan (2016)

Recent trips were taken to view art and culture, see old friends and meet new ones, to Cuba (Havana, Vinales, and Playa Giron) and Japan (Kyoto, Tokyo, Naoshima) in the Spring of 2016.

In keeping with my past activities, I mailed collaged postcards home from Japan. 

Images taken on both these trips will most assuredly show up in future work. I am about to begin a new series to complement and expand on Postcards of Japan which I completed in 2013. Digital images are printed on Japanese washi, and then collage materials are applied onto these images, or appear in windows cut into the images.

See this website for previous work.

2015 Northampton Ice Art Festival

When: February 13, 2015 - Thru the Valentine Weekend

Where: Front of Florence Savings Bank, 58 Main Street
Northampton, MA


Ice carving festival in Northampton MA. I will be carving an abstract piece from two blocks (600 pounds) of ice using a drawing by Arshile Gorky as my inspiration.

You can read about it at on February 10,  February 13 with photos of me, my work and other sculptors involved. Another article can be found at the on February 12

Sentinels in Holyoke

When: Fall 2014 – Ongoing

Where: Northampton Street (Rte 5) & Lincoln Street,
Holyoke, MA


I have placed my sculptures Sentinels on a city lot at the corner of Northampton Street (Rte 5) and Lincoln Street where they will remain for at least two years. 

This was initiated by me and realized with cooperation from the Office of Economic Development, the DPW, Parks and Rec and lastly unanimous support from the local Cultural Council. 

Thanks to all who helped make this possible.