Providence native Peter Thornton has grown up surrounded by the beautiful buildings that the give our city its architectural character. In this series of Giclée prints, Peter represents some of Providence’s most iconic structures, whimsically depicting the scenes from new and fresh perspectives. Rendered on 800 grit pastel paper, his drawings bring warmth and life to the places we see every day. Peter has included some of his working sketches, photos and a short reflection on each piece to share some of the back story. Each print is a signed limited edition Giclee print on acid free paper. What is a Giclée?

Read what David Brussat (architectural critic) says about Peter’s work: Providence prints on parade.