Peter Kalill has been painting professionally for over a decade. His work has attracted the attention of many collectors throughout the US, Mexico, Canada, and Europe, and has been exhibited at the Cape Cod Museum of Art, and at juried shows at the Copley Society of Art, and The Guild of Boston Artists, as well as in exhibitions in Mexico and Arizona. It has been featured in many publications including Cape Cod Life, Cape Cod View, and in several issues of American Art Collector.
Peter began his first formal studies in art at Providence College in Rhode Island. In his third year of college, he studied painting and drawing, in Florence, Italy. Peter returned to Providence and earned a B.A. in Fine Arts with a concentration in drawing in 1995.
After his graduation, Peter moved to Cape Cod where he combined his passion for art with his interest in travel. He spent many winters traveling with his paint box to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, and has traveled around New England and the Southwestern US painting the landscape and exploring local art histories.
Peter Kalill lives on Cape Cod with his wife Kathleen, and their daughter Violet. He continues to travel to San Miguel de Allende, and places throughout the US, Mexico, Europe, and Canada in search of great places to paint.