John Peralta

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<b>Valentine</b>, 2017<br>Oliventti Valentine portable typewriter c. 1969, wood, latex, fluorocarbon monofilament, LED lighting, 36 &#189; x 48 x 12 in.<br>$19500

<b>Singer is Sewing Made Easy</b>, 2017<br>Singer Sewing Machine c. 1925, wood, latex, fluorocarbon Monofilament, LED lighting, 42x30x18 inches<br><i>sold</i>
Singer is Sewing Made Easy

<b>Elevation</b>, 2017<br>surveyor&#8217;s scope c. 1952, wood, latex, fluorocarbon, monofilament, 28 x 19 &#189; x 34 in.<br>$20000

<b>Ostende Mihi</b>, 2017<br>Revere 8mm silent film projector c. 1940, wood, latex, fluorocarbon monofilament, LED lighting, 36 &#189; x 30 x 12 &#189; in.<br>$21000
Ostende Mihi

<b>Clarence</b>, 2017<br>Underwood Standard No. 5 Typewriter, c. 1917, Steel, wood, latex, fluorocarbon monofilament, LED lighting, 39x30x24 inches<br>$22500

<b>Wanda the Mechanical Girl</b>, 2017<br>Mechanical Doll c. 1949, oil and latex on wood panel, 35x25 inches<br>$5500
Wanda the Mechanical Girl

<b>Over the Rainbow</b>, 2017<br>Apple Macintosh SE Computer c. 1984 Aluminum, wood, acrylic, monofiliment, 35.5 x 21 x 28.25 inches<br>$15000
Over the Rainbow

<b>To Save Time Is To Lengthen Life</b>, 2017<br>Remington Portable #2 Typewriter c. 1920, wood, latex, monofilament, LED lighting, 36x49x11.5 inches<br>$18500
To Save Time Is To Lengthen Life

<b>Baldafix</b>, 2016<br>Balda , 36 x 42.5 x 12 inches<br>$9500

<b>Corona</b>, 2015<br>Corona Model #3, circa 1919 with wood and nylon, 49x36x12 inches<br><i>sold</i>

<b>TrueTone </b>, 2013<br>Buescher TrueTone, circa 1947 with wood and nylon, 39.5 x 51.5 x 12.75 inches<br><i>sold</i>

<b>Fiat Lux I</b>, 2016<br>Bell & Howell Filmo , 40x49x17 inches<br><i>sold</i>
Fiat Lux I

<b>Crucifiction</b>, 2012<br>Remington Portable #2, circa 1920,Metal, wood, nylon, paper, fabric, 39 x 51 x 24 inches<br><i>sold</i>

View Peralta's two-person show with William Geisler here.

Read the aether article on Peralta's work here.  

Read the Austin Chronicle review of Peralta's 2017 show here

John Anthony Peralta is a native of New Mexico and now resides in Dripping Springs, Texas. He comes from large family of artists. His art reflects his exceptionally broad exposure to the world and other cultures. He has spent more than 20 years living and traveling through Europe, Asia, Latin America, Africa, and the most remote places on earth. During which time he developed a unique sensibility for unusual and often unconventional textures, materials, and subjects.


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