Peter Fiore is an American landscape painter who is best known for painting light and his striking use of color. His landscape paintings are widely collected and are included in many corporate and private collections. He has won numerous awards and has been featured in a number of publications including Fine Art Connoisseur in 2010 as an "Artist to Watch".

In 2012, Peter won first place for Landscape in the Art Renewal Center's Annual Salon Competition as well as having the honor of being named an ARC "Living Master". ARC defines a" Living Maste"r as one who has the rare talent, experience and expertise to create great humanistic works of art that are seemingly executed with effortless perfection.

In 2011, Peter was a Grand Prize winner in the America China Oil Painting Artists League's (ACOPAL) Open Competition. ACOPAL is a cultural exchange program with China whose aim is to share the work of representational painters from both nations. Three of his paintings will tour China, starting in Beijing at the World Art Museum for two years in an exhibition of American Contemporary Realism, the first exhibition of it's kind to tour China. Also in 2011, Fiore's art was published in a new book about American landscape painting, "America Art Journey Landscapes."

Previously, Peter worked as a professional illustrator where he collaborated on thousands of projects and won numerous awards.

Peter was born in Teaneck NJ in 1955. He studied at Pratt Institute and the Art Students League of New York. He has been on the faculty at Pratt Institute, Syracuse University and presently teaches at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Peter has given numerous guest lectures and workshops on painting. His work is represented in prestigious galleries across the country. He lives and works along the Delaware River in Pennsylvania.