Photorealistic Minimalism by Nigel Cox

He has traveled to the ends of the earth on the Transglobe Exhibition, lived in a few countries and now settled in London, UK. We fall in love with his passion for photo-realism, minimalistic paintings and solitary figures. “My love of large open spaces and lack of clutter is obvious in my work but I am also fascinated by detail. These opposing elements are merged in my paintings in a style which I call Photo-realistic Minimalism. My paintings provide the viewer with a glimpse beyond the clutter of everyday life, conjuring up notions of escape and peace, offering sanctuary from the frenetic world outside.”


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