Peter Hayward
1905 - 1993
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Painter-sculptor Peter Hayward was born in Keene, New Hampshire and lived the majority of his life in Hauula, Hawaii while spending his summers in Honolulu and Nantucket, MA. He studied at Middlebury College (1921-1923) and was a member of the New York Salmagundi Club, the Honolulu Art Association, the Windward Artists Guild (president, 1969-1970), the Lahaina Art Association, the American Artist's Professional League. He exhibited in Washington, New York City (1956-1963), Honolulu (1963-1970), National Academy of Design (1966,1 968, 1970)and more. His work is represented in the USN Combat art Collection, Washington, D.C., Hawaii State Foundation for Culture & the Arts, State of Hawaii; and in public collections in Rochester (NY), Miami (FL), Denver (CO) and Syracuse (NY). Commissions: Destroyers on Maneuvers, San Diego to Pearl Harbor, 1960, the Proteus, Guam, 1966, Apollo 8 Splashdown & Recovery, 1968 and Apollo 15 Splashdown & Recovery, Navy Art Cooperation and Liaison Committee. He worked in bronze and oil. He taught sculpture at the Riverdale Country School; instructor in oil painting, private studio in New York City and Honolulu, Hawaii (1962-1967).

Peter Hayward studied at Middleburg College, graduating in 1923. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club, the Honolulu Art Association, Windward Artists’ Guild, the Lahaina Art Association, and the AAPL. He exhibited in New York in the 1950s, winning the Grand Prize All Media at the Washington Square Outdoor Art Show. His artistic career was divided between Hawaii, the East coast, and the many places of the world he visited. He had 14 one-man shows in New York, 5 in Honolulu, and several in Palm Beach, San Francisco, Miami and Boston. Hayward has been described as being like a poet creating magic from ordinary prose.

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