An installation view consisting of the Peter Alexander painting Menlo, and the small Peter Alexander drawing Untitled (LA Nights).
A primarily black-and-grey acrylic canvas, decorated with a series of smudged, white lines and dots, resembling stars and the milky way, or an aerial landscape.
A primarily grey, pastel drawing consisting of a night scene of an ocean adjacent to a black, elevated terrain, with white circles resembling street lights and the sky in the horizon.
An installation view consisting of Peter Alexander’s painting Azusa VIII.
A primarily black, acrylic on paper painting featuring radiating, white dots of various sizes, and a diagonal, smudged line in the bottom left corner of the composition.
An installation view consisting of two large Peter Alexander paintings, Imperial and Alhambra.
A primarily black aerial landscape, consisting of a series of white, long, diagonal lines, and smudged white dots resembling street lights. The composition is reminiscent of the view outside a plane window at night.
A primarily black canvas, consisting of a series of large, emanating white dots that together, form multiple strips of diagonal lines, surrounded by various smaller white dots.
An installation view consisting of the Peter Alexander painting Azusa I.
A primarily black, acrylic on paper painting featuring a series of small white dots, and a slanted, white, horizontal line connected to an emanating sphere. A white, smudged, diagonal line, formed from larger dots, transverses the vertical length of the composition.
An installation view consisting of the large Peter Alexander painting Franklin, and the small Peter Alexander painting Azusa X.
A grey, black, and white landscape painting consisting of a faint, black palm tree, positioned against blurry, illuminated buildings, and bordered by several large, white, emanating white spheres that resemble street lights.
A primarily black acrylic on paper painting, featuring an aerial view of a white, smudged, winding line that transverses the vertical length of the composition. The winding line, and the empty space of the painting, are covered with a series of emanating white dots.