Peter Corr is an artist and teacher with a broad international outlook gained through extensive travelling. He has always been very interested in the work of the American abstract expressionists and the contemporary German artists, Gerhardt Richter and Anselm Kiefer. His recent paintings are concerned with landscape and colour and partly reflect his experience of living in the extreme climate of Qatar, with the angular contemporary architecture of Doha, the unrelentingly flat terrain and the intense heat of the desert sun. This seems to have merged seamlessly with the featureless landscapes and open horizons of the Cambridgeshire fenland. He sees these paintings as a kind of fusion, a poetic visual representation of place.