Redwing Gallery

PETER FOX Artist, Musician and Founder of REDWING


Peter Fox has been described as a "modern primitive" who works with what looks like at first, abstract elements, but are in fact full of reference.
Peter has developed a fertile object language of inherent and add-on meanings, a primal symbology as an antidote to the increasingly technological world. He attempts to breach language barriers in the immediacy of his imagery and with a mixture of sophistication and simplicity.
His work has been compared to the two greats of modern primitivism in Cornwall; Alan Davie and Breon O'Casey. 
Contact if you are interested in purchasing a piece by Peter Fox. 
 "I regard myself as a contemporary primitive, identifying with the Northern European ethnic tradition.  A non-anthropocentric world view is central to my thinking, and a desire to deepen understanding of the connectedness of existence. The animal archetype is important, especially the wolf, a potent symbol of the wildness of nature." 

Peter Fox





Peter Fox was born in Kettering, Northamptonshire. He studied for his BA (Hons) in Fine Art at the Falmouth School of Art from 1979 to 1982. His work is strongly influenced by primitive and non-western art.

He is a member of the Newlyn Society of Artists and shows his work with them and in venues in Cornwall and London.  He has also shown abroad in the USA and Italy.


Davies, P (2007) St Ives 1975-2005 Art Colony in Transition;

Hardie (1995) 100 Years in Newlyn/Diary;

Invitation card (2011) Print!;


Newlyn Society of Artists

Penwith Society of Artists

selected exhibitions: 

1988: Assemblage, Provincetown, New England;

1993: Printmakers from Cornwall - Royal Cornwall Museum;

1998: National Print Exhibition - Mall Galleries, London;

2001: La Mare Vineyard, Jersey;

2002: Chiarascuro, Tuscany, Italy;

2003: NSA Critics Choice (Joan Bakewell);

2004: Trees, Falmouth Art Gallery;

2006: Goldfish Contemporary Art, Penzance; Padstow Contemporary Art;

2011: The Exchange, Penzance 'Print!' Apr-Jul: Contemporary and historic prints/printmakers;

         Salthouse Gallery, St Ives, Aug;

works and access: 

Dartington Hall Trust, Schumacher College;