Starting on a new piece is super exciting for me. Although I may have a preconceived notion of creating something unique and exciting that will intrigue myself and the viewer, ultimately the process creates its own flow, and encapsulates, solidifies or impregnates itself into the medium whether it’s painting or sculpture. As I transfer the energy from my subconscious into the physical world – regardless of the medium – the form and structure manifests itself through each and every move until I believe a balance has been reached. Nobody truly perceives abstract art the same way; it’s what their subconscious projects. This is why art moves people in such a fascinating way. Whether they are seeing my work for the first time, or whether it’s a piece they have viewed several times, it’s entirely up to them. Like love, it can happen at first sight or develop over time.


Contemporary abstract artist Peter Triantos specializes in high-end, investment-grade fine art produced for residential and corporate spaces. Prolifically creative, he lives and works in Toronto where he has successfully represented himself for many years while further developing his innovative artistic styles. He has forged partnerships with designers, architects and developers, placing his paintings in private collections, model suites, and major lobbies across North America, Europe and Asia due to growing global demand for Peter Triantos’ neo-abstract expressionist works.

Peter Triantos creates radiant and harmonious worlds of intelligent colour, subtle yet explosive energy and vibrant emotion. Through his splashing paint technique, gestural brushstrokes, and liberal use of impasto, Triantos produces large-scale impactful works that are bold, visually striking and tender. For his many fans and collectors, he offers a euphoric breath of fresh air; he brings dynamic new ways to articulate his core belief: that art can and should be joyful, passionate and intrinsically aesthetic.

Peter Triantos has a diverse and vast body of work, each breathtaking series he creates is a thoughtful departure from the last. The hit ‘Jelly Bean’ series is a visual euphony of positive energy and joy. Intense colours and bold brush strokes come together to become lively arrangements that are simple yet sophisticated. In the ‘Splash of Colour II’ series, his dynamic use of saturated colours produce a vibrant, confident and audacious composition; a beautiful expression of movement, passion and vitality. Triantos’ spectacular ‘Napa Valley’ series is highly sought after and a designer's favourite. It encapsulates the essence of nature, offering the viewer an appreciation of its ultimate balance. His ‘Winter Paradise’ series exudes luxury, each piece has a distinctly calming beauty of its own.



Peter had numerous successful shows in many cities including NY. In 2018, the sell-out New York charity event ‘Equation’ were incredibly rewarding. Triantos painted live alongside the orchestra and create a spectacular ‘Splash of Colour II’ piece in seven and a half minutes. Proceeds from the New York show tickets, as well as the auctioned artwork, went to the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Centre at Thomas Jefferson University. In August 2018, Triantos hosted a fantastic exhibition in his studio located in Toronto, which captivated a considerable number of art collectors, friends and supporters. Triantos was invited to participate in many renowned international art fairs in 2018 such as Art Auckland in New Zealand, HongKong, SCOPE NYC, Basel, and Miami. At SCOPE Miami, the lead singer of ‘The Pussy Cat Dolls’, Nicole Scherzinger commissioned a painting from the iconic ‘Storm’ series. The successful show led to another representation by Gallery Biba in Palm Beach, followed by representation by Philippe Guggenheim of HG Contemporary gallery in Chelsea. In 2018, Triantos’ iconic vibrant ‘Jelly Bean’ pieces along with other series pieces were featured at ‘Apres Noir’ concerts twice with musicians such as Drake, Jessie Reyez, Shaggy 2 cellos. Another successful exhibition of Peter’s work took place at the luxurious Hotel X in November 2018, with a celebrity rapper Roy Woods’ album release. In May 2019, Triantos’ first official launch in Asia with the solo show ‘Dreaming in Colour’ at Jinsan Art Museum in Seoul, South Korea was a huge success and the opening live painting performance received an overwhelmingly positive response from audiences; it has led to another show this coming November at the same museum. Currently, the exhibition at the Thompson Hotel lobby is ongoing.



The future of Peter Triantos is undoubtedly brilliant. His work has received acclaim worldwide from various highly distinguished critical and public sources. These sources include but are not limited to a recent feature in Pure Luxury Magazine (Canada) titled ‘Unstoppable: Peter Triantos’, as well as the Rosewood Abu Dhabi Magazine, Wescover (Scottsdale), The Hedonist (NYC), Juliet (Italy) and Dauphine Magazine (Toronto), the National Post, 'Let’s Talk show', and by many more publications and news outlets. Additionally, at the 2018 SCOPE International Art Shows in New York and in Miami, Peter was featured in a press release for both art fairs and was recognized as one of the galleries with the strongest sales. At SCOPE Basel, Switzerland, Peter was honoured to be the only artist interviewed by the local news and television station, Telebasel. Additionally, ABC's News 10 interviewed Peter Triantos during the REVEAL Art Fair in Saratoga Springs, NY. Also, his great pieces are released on TV by SUITS, Property Brothers, Netflix-Tiny Pretty Things and so on.


A humanitarian who loves to give back, Peter Triantos is honored to have contributed to the Bay Crest Foundation's Brain Project and to the Children's Aid Foundation of Canada Gala, ‘Teddy Bear Affair’, and has donated ‘Jelly Bean’ pieces to the Mount Sinai Hospital, the Gold Medal Plates Olympic Foundation, CIBC Fundraising ‘Swap for a Cause’, Autism Gala, Matthew House in support of refugees, Camp Oochigeas ‘Paddle Project’ for childhood cancer, for which he chose the remarkable ‘Jelly Bean’ design, to the Annual Charity Bowl in support of the Serge Ibaka Foundation, Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research, SickKids Foundation and other great paintings from different series’ to Gildas Club and The Advocates’ Society. He also donated a sensational ‘SPII’ piece to a 'Water for Peace' in support of the Rainmaker Enterprise –an organization dedicated to creating solar-powered water infrastructure for safe human consumption and sustainable agriculture in South Sudan. Peter is delighted to continue his philanthropy by donating 'Jelly Bean' pieces to the Canadian Foundation Aids research and to the Sick Kids hospital to inspire children around the world to believe in themselves no matter how hard their circumstances are.