Pete Hoida's paintings are known for strong colour relationships alongside tonal subtlety and a unique approach to textures. They aim to delight and they are on walls in numerous private homes as well as corporate collections in the UK, France, Israel and the U.S.A.
Pete studied Landscape Architecture, working briefly for the LCC, followed by Art School in London, at Hammersmith prior to graduating from the Higher Diploma course at Goldsmiths.
Pete Hoida's work has been authoritatively endorsed in essays by Mel Gooding – Britain's foremost critic of abstract paintings – and Chris Stephens of The Holburne Museum (formerly Director of Modern British Painting at Tate Britain). He is well regarded by his peers – always a mark of artistic authority.
Pete has lived and worked in Stroud for over 40 years in the same hillside studio.