German painter Peter Wever received his training at the National College of Art and Design in Dublin, Ireland, followed by travels in the United States and Guatemala. Wever is known for his color etchings often dealing with relationships. His work has warmth, and often a touch of humour. Wever's dynamic art is an interesting mix of printmaking and paint. The starting point for each work is a drypoint etching, which layouts the basic image. He then paints over the entire surface, so that each print in the edition is unique, with the colors, and even the gender of the people in the print changing from one example to the other. His work has been exhibited throughout Europe, the United States and Egypt.