biography of Peter HAYWARD (1905-1993)

Birth place: Keene, NH

Addresses: Hauula, HI

Profession: Painter, sculptor

Studied: Middlebury College, 1921-23.

Exhibited: Washington Square Outdoor Art Show (formerly Hors de Concours), NYC, 1956-63; Salmagundi Fall Show, NYC, 1960-70; Four Easter Art Festivals, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1963-71; NAD, 1966, 1968 & 1970; Artists of Hawaii, Honolulu Acad., 1968-70; Grand Central Gals., NYC & Royal Hawaiian Gal., Honolulu, HI, 1970s. Awards: Proctor Prize in portrait sculpture, NAD, 1948-49; grand prize all media, Washington Square Outdoor Art Show, 1956-58; foreign travel prize, Lufthansa Air Lines, 1959.

Member: SC; Honolulu AA; Windward Artists Guild (pres., 1969-70); Lahaina AA; AAPL (treasurer, 1957-58).

Work: USN Combat Art Coll., Wash., DC; Hawaii State Foundation for Culture & the Arts, State of Hawaii; also in public colls. in Rochester, Miami, Denver & Syracuse. Commissions: Destroyers on Maneuvers, San Diego to Pearl Harbor, 1960, The Proteus, Guam, 1966, Apollo 8 Splashdown & Recovery, 1968 & Apollo 15 Splashdown & Recovery, Navy Art Cooperation & Liaison Committee.

Comments: Preferred media: oils, bronze. Teaching: sculpture instr., Riverdale Country School for Girls; instr. oil painting, private studio, New York summers & Honolulu winters, 1962-67.