After nearly twenty years as a web designer and layout artist,Pops Peterson has successfully forayed into the world of fine art. He is best known for his works on the theme of Civil Rights and Freedom. His photos and archival pigment prints have been featured in solo exhibitions at Sohn Fine Art and Lauren Clark Fine Art, in the Berkshires, as well as group exhibitions in the Berkshires and New York City. Currently he is represented in the international tour, "Reimagining the Four Freedoms," curated by the Norman Rockwell Museum which tours the US and Eurpoe 2018 - 2020. His portraits and landscapes also hang in upscale hotels and fine homes from England to Palm Beach, Florida.
In 2015, Pops debuted his reknown collection, "Reinventing Rockwell". In this critically acclaimed project he reimagines the iconic works of Norman Rockwell as if they were painted in the current day. Celebrating the diversity in today's America, the series has won Pops a great deal of press coverage, including a feature segment on CBS Sunday Monring in 2018, as well as an award from the Northeast Regional Conference on Fair Housing and Civil Rights. He has also been named the first Artist in Residence of the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.
The Norman Rockwell Museum has embraced the project, presenting Pops' work and multiple lectures in their main gallery.