A somber peek into everyday life through realistic contemporary still life oil paintings by Canadian artist Marie-Claude Lacroix.
MINUS ART explores the controversial topic of women in art, looking back at the traditional representation, and contemplating modern ideals.
MINUS ART's selection of famous picnic painting throughout the history, from old masters to contemporary artists.
Spanish artist Jessica Oliveras tells emotional tales on canvas by giving life and voice to many captivating stories.
English artist James Mortimer explores the intricacies of human and beastly interconnection in a series of mesmerizing, almost tactile oil paintings.
Cypriot artist Nikolas Antoniou captures the essence of movement and fluidity in a mesmerizing set of works with the use of vibrant palettes and classic techniques.
Egyptian artist Aya Tarek challenges the audience with her powerful and provocative works with political and social subjects.
American artist Brian Willmont intrigues the audience with his ambiguous set of acrylic paintings which remind digital illustrations and graphic designs while remaining completely man-made.
Australian artist Hieu Nguyen, known as Kelogsloops, creates dreamy realistic watercolors setting his characters into intimate scenes and stories.
Greek visionary Nikos Gyftakis creates unique portraits of swirling lines and color.