Peter Klaus Jeziorski is an accomplished watercolor artist who has exhibited his works in the Mid-West and East coast over the past 30 years. Born in Poland, his family moved to the United States when he was 10 years old and settled in Chicago. He graduated from the American Academy of Art in Chicago, where he studied watercolor painting with Irving Shapiro, and later attended the Art Institute of Chicago.
In his early career, while working as an Art Director at the Chicago Tribune and as a partner in an advertising agency he exhibited his work in shows in Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana. After moving to New York, where he became an Executive Art Director at Fairchild Publications and later Penton Publications, he did a series of paintings of Bucks County, PA, and held a one man show at the Washington Crossing Gallery. He also became a member of the Salmagundi Club and exhibited in its Knickerbocker Shows. In New Jersey he participated in juried shows as a member of the New Jersey Watercolor Society as well as the annual Mountain Top Art Show ans Studio 7 in Benardsville. He also held two man shows for the Morris Art Association. During his long career as an Executive Art Director, his magazine covers have won numerous awards.
Later in his life he traveled often to Maine and Vermont and began painting scenes of the village life and seacoast. He became involved in galleries in Maine, and later Vermont, where he moved in 2005. He established his studio and a gallery, Hunter Gallery of Fine Art in Grafton, Vermont, where he now lives and works.