Peter Thomashow

BIOGRAPHY
Peter Thomashow is a physician, artist, collector and musician living in Vermont. He is on the faculty at the Dartmouth College School of Medicine where he teaches Psychiatry. Dr. Thomashow contributed the essays “The Old Curiosity Shop” to Cabinet Magazine (Issue Nineteen) and “At The Open Gate” to The Saranac Review (Issue Four). He was also the subject of the article “The Doctor Who Paints Radios” in The New York Times in 1987 and featured in Metropolis and Industrial Design magazines that same year. He has performed six concerts at the Main Street Museum utilizing electric guitar, vocals and analog electronica since 2007. He has been featured in two articles in Seven Days Magazine “Collecting the Collectors” (2010) and “Toy Story” (2011). He has exhibited at Central Booking (Brooklyn, NY); Big Town Gallery (Rochester, VT) and the Main Street Museum (White River Junction, VT). He is currently working on a series of philosophical toy dioramas and continues to curate the recently discovered notebooks of his ancestor, Professor Wolfson.


SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2014 Peter Thomashow: A World of Wonder, BigTown Gallery, Rochester, VT
2012 The Wolfson Memorial Laboratory of Colour presents The Notebooks of Professor Wolfson, Main Street Museum, White River Junction, VT
2011 The Wolfson Memorial Laboratory of Colour presents Special Rotating Optical Toy Experiment, Main Street Museum, White River Junction, VT
2010 The Wolfson Memorial Laboratory of Colour presents An Evening of Analog Electronica and Musical Adventure, with Peter and Quinn Thomashow, Main Street Museum, White River Junction, VT
2009 The Wolfson Memorial Laboratory of Colour presents Toys from a Parallel Universe, Main Street Museum, White River Junction, VT


GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2012 Nineteenth Annual Juried Summer Exhibition, AVA Gallery, Lebanon, NH
2012 Hey Joe, BigTown Gallery, Rochester, VT
2011 Color and The Minds Eye, Central Booking Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2010 Chemical Reactions, Central Booking Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2010 The Collector's Show, BigTown Gallery, Rochester, VT