Kozlov Peter Anatolievich was born in Siberia in the city of Omsk in 1967.
Graduated from the Omsk and Yaroslavl schools of painting.
Lives and works in Moscow.
Member of the Union of Artists of Russia.
“In his works, Peter manages to find a middle ground between faded realism and an overly bright, emotional impressionism. At the turning point, very lively, understandable, familiar images are born, which suddenly acquire some new sound. As if you have heard your favorite poem in an unknown but absolutely amazing reading. It was as if you stopped for a second on the road you walk every day and saw something that you had never noticed before.The artist is attracted by the glare of the sun on the water, the absence of visible movement, transitional states - from summer to autumn, from morning to day, from shadow to light ... His paintings are warm and atmospheric, you want to look at them, you want to live in them. "