Mexican Plaza by Peter Worsley

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This sun drenched plaza is a public gathering place for all the region surrounding this old colonial town. It is a spot to relax, to bring the family, to eat, to shop, or just to meet and chat with old friends.

The vendors and entertainers mix with shoppers, families with children, and people hurrying about their business. In the center of the square is a statue to some long forgotten hero or notable from a time past.

With over 175 figures their interactions stimulate the imagination. These three panels have dozens of stories.

It could be a scene from almost any Central American country.

Born in England, Peter came to California in 1956, and to Santa Barbara in 1970. After retiring his serious art work began in 1996. Largely self-taught, he continues to study with wonderful artists who teach locally.

Always, with a strong desire to include people, Peter began with watercolor, moved to gouache, and more recently worked with oil on canvas.

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