MINUS ART is carefully selecting some of world’s most talented emerging artists for the Artist Edition Range. Our aim is to create an online platform for discovering and purchasing the best contemporary art.
The Artist Edition prints are available in various sizes and are printed on 200 GSM matte fine art paper using latest technology printers and museum quality archival pigment inks. The Artist Edition prints come with standard framing options of black, white and natural.
He is also the founder of the online art magazine/platform MINUS37.
Currently based in the heart of Devon, England, Dan works from his home studio. He has a passion for minimal, contemporary art. Working in inks, acrylics, digital and mixed media his diverse style spans many subjects.
"I like to explore different surfaces and mediums so my work is always evolving.
Abstract art for me is a real passion as it allows me to break the rules of traditional painting and combine whatever I feel necessary to produce work that makes people stop and gaze."
Her artwork has been featured on multiple platforms, including Apple Music, Vogue Poland, 2020 Summer Issue of Beekman 1802’s The Almanac, Flow Magazine, Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, Free People, Pinterest and more. In 2019, she released her first pair of high-top sneakers with a screen-printed original design in collaboration with BANGS shoes, and shortly after came out with her first sustainable graphic tee, “Grow Through What You Go Through” with Shark Tank’s Sand Cloud ocean-inspired, eco-friendly company. She released her first stationary collaboration for January 2020 with the UK’s OhhDeer, The PaperGang, as well as 2 different agenda covers with Bloom Daily Planners,
Gabby studied ceramics at Otago Polytechnic School of Fine Art from 1984-86, before travelling through South East Asia and then moving to London in the 1990s. Gabby's love of colour has endured, and her ceramicist background is evident in her use of pattern in her works. Gabby's negation of depth through the use of pattern means that it is often easy to imagine many of her works adorning a beautiful vase or bowl. Gabby has been working chiefly in watercolour and ink since 1988.
Gabby Malpas is a New Zealand/Australian/British citizen of Chinese descent, she was adopted and raised by a New Zealand family as a baby in Auckland and is now based in Sydney. Gabby began to recognise her Chinese heritage appearing in her art while at Otago, New Zealand. After meeting her birth-mother in 2004, her painting has evolved into a very recognisable Chinese style.
In this series of works, Gabby has melded Chinese representational traditions with batik patterns, and birds and fruit from her life in New Zealand, England and Australia.
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Henry Rivers is a designer and illustrator from the UK. With an eye for playful details and striking minimalist compositions, Henry’s designs are a modern interpretation of the Art Deco travel advert. His distinctive style often involves a contrast of scales, featuring huge landmarks set against the intimate characters that bring his posters to life.
Whether in his studio or exploring a new city, he can be found engrossed in his sketchbook, working on new designs in his distinctive minimalist style.
Henry is on a mission to capture the world's best-loved places with cool colors and playful details.
He was, until recently, working with oil paint on large-scale abstracts that encouraged the viewer to converse with others about what they see with no two viewers reaching the same conclusion at the same time. These works have sold for over the $10,000 mark with “My mind’s eye tells a different story #2” selling to a Melbourne collector for $12,000 in mid-2018.
In his latest series, however, he’s returned to the illustration of his childhood as he works in small-form intimate conversations surrounding the ordinary and every day of existence.
These paintings have been likened to both Andy Warhol and American painter Wayne Thiebaud.
In this series, there is a hope to continue the conversation about the human condition with the quotidian, the ordinary, and every day, as a structural construct of life.
Karolis Janulis is an artist from Lithuania. His passion for photography and the views from above has brought him to aerial photography. In 2015 he acquired his first drone and started implementing his aerial photography ideas into reality by capturing and sharing moments in this still very unusual perspective at that time.
It was soon noticed and featured in various worldwide press and photography publications. In 2016 photography “Summer camp” won 3rd place at the international Dronestagram aerial photography awards. Another photography “Tree of life” has been shortlisted in the Sony World Photography Awards 2016 (People category).
Since then the artist has issued a personal aerial photography book “to be a bird in Lithuania", held several personal and group photography exhibitions in different countries, started cooperating with world-known premium photography agencies, and implemented many different aerial photography projects including the ones which literally has put Karolis photography on the walls. His art is being displayed in the international Vilnius airport spaces, newly designed Gjensidige office, and in many more business and private spaces by giving a new perspective to the world.
Specialising in the intersection of travel and design photography, she seeks to capture design-focused destinations that celebrate human ingenuity, harmony with nature, and above all, colour.
Having travelled for months at a time through the Balkans, Southeast Asia and the western United States, she believes in the life changing magic of slow and considered travel.
After various graphic designer jobs, travel, child, she found her voice again in painting. She is known for her off-beat articulated creatures and strange groupings of creatures with a heavy influence of Japanese spirits (yokai). She was awarded a year-long studio residency at the Creative Space in Freshwater, NSW for 2019.
My art is inspired by endless coastlines, colorful reefs, tropical Australian birds, and abstract color. I want my images to make your dream of the beach, a tropical escape, and the natural environment.
There was a time I hit rock bottom after a tumultuous relationship break drown that broke my heart. One night I woke up and reached over to my partner saying that I had a nightmare that we’ve broken up, but he wasn’t there. I looked at my hand reaching out to the empty space next to me and I just knew that I had to grab a pencil and start drawing.
I started with a pencil sketch of my hand reaching into nowhere, followed by emotional watercolor paintings that reflected our relationship. I painted through the darkness to a happier headspace. From then on I started to paint happy, bright, and colorful pieces.
I work using acrylic paint, ink, and watercolor. These mediums are excellent for accentuating the bright colors and effects I like to use in my artwork.
I hope that my artwork can connect to others and provide emotional support. My art helps me move forward in difficult times and brightens my day. My wish is that it may also do this for others.
Chris Collacott is an award-winning master panoramic landscape photographer based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Specializing in ultra-high-resolution images of cityscapes and wilderness landscapes, Chris is an expert in the VAST technique of stitching together hundreds of high-resolution photographs to form single images that contain incredible levels of depth and beauty.
Over the past five years, Chris’s work has earned him more than 50 international awards, including the prestigious Master in Fine Art credential from Master Photographers International.
Chris’s fine art prints are featured prominently in private collections, homes, and offices around the globe. In addition to fine art prints, his photography has been used for large-scale applications in airports and on buses, magazine covers, and other corporate installations. Some of his many clients include Mercedes Benz, Vancouver Tourism, BC Hydro, and Destination British Columbia.
Chris has also participated as a judge for the renowned Epson International Panoramic Awards and regularly teaches advanced photographic workshops around the world.
She sees photography as a tool to reveal the beauty of the world and the fragility of the moment and creates a new way of painting with light and digital processing. Dream spaces and colorful breaths that invite you to enter your own territories.
Beli is a visual artist and photographer based in Brussels, Belgium.
Swiss-born, from Lausanne.
Education: MA with high honors from ENSAV La Cambre, Brussels, Belgium
Her work was nominated for Louis Schmidt Prize in Brussels in 2016, for the 10th Visual Arts Competition in Divonne-les-Bains in France in 2004, and at the International Color Photography Awards in Los Angeles in 2015, 2016, 2017.
I’m a self-taught artist based in Istanbul. My art journey started at an early age with realistic portraits, and I began to learn the rules by myself. Now, I try to break them like a pro.
The art I create depends on my mood and my energy. I love to express emotions with lines and shapes, and do not advocate a particular style.
A paragraph in a book, a trip, a relationship, or even a glance can inspire me. And, I turn these inspirations into stories that I can tell you with lines and shapes.
Dalli’s work includes one-line drawings, colourful gouache and acrylic paintings as well as digital illustrations.
Reed Knauth is a trained watercolor fine artist, textile designer and graphic designer and founder of Rosebud Studios - a haven for bohemian inspired original artworks, prints and home decor goods. She has been creating art from a very young age and has a dual degree in Graphic Design + Fine Art.
When creating, Reed works best in an intuitive method of painting that evokes a certain amount of energy, movement and delight. She does this mainly through the use of eccentric and vibrant color palettes, gestural marks, complicated patterns and various texture applications. As a textile designer she looks heavily to radical trends in fashion design and the natural patterns in nature to inspire much of her content. Her focus stays with natural, organic, fluid elements that have the ability to warp and evolve. Her newest landscape and floral collections practice Japanese aesthetics and explore the principles of negative space - leaving the work slightly unfinished, thus inviting the viewer into the painting to actively complete it.
She currently lives and works in Atlanta, Georgia.
Vinaya Muralidharan is an artist, an engineer (not so much), wife and a mother of a gorgeous little monkey and their family live in Sydney, Australia.
"Painting is something that keeps me alive, brings me joy and gives me a sense of purpose and belonging and that's what I want to convey through my artwork.
I hope my artwork brings to the viewer some calm, happiness, grace and peace. I am enjoying watercolours at the moment and trust me to shift to any medium anytime coz the truth is "I'm in love with the whole process of making art" and the medium is just a tool. One loves a lot of tools, right? I know you get me!"
Whadjuk/Tainui Indigenous Artist
The name of Whadjuk artist comes from when I first stepped out as an emerging artist, when I started out doing community collective canvas workshops, everyone who contacted me for a workshop would ask if I were the Whadjuk Artist and I would simply reply yes, the name Whadjuk means Perth in my home language of Nyungar. So Whadjuk artist is another name for Perth Artist.
Julianne is a Whadjuk Perth born artist on her Mother’s side, who grew up in New Zealand in Ngaruawahia Tainui with her Father’s side. She is a visual artist and remains connected to her culture through painting and family and community connections through the West Australian Aboriginal Leadership Institute, she has a passion for making a change through art for indigenous and non-indigenous people. Her purpose is to highlight that all land is traditional country which our ancestors have practiced culture on for thousands of years and share knowledge about the dreamtime stories of the land. In her collective canvas workshops and public art are a contemporary continuation of traditional culture and knowledge.
Whadjuk artist was officially started when being accepted for the WA Revealed Emerging Artist exhibition in Fremantle 2020.
Julianne has had and continues to have involvements with her community and with children and families in schools especially since coming from an Education background prior.
Julianne is deeply passionate about her work with the community and feels privileged to be able share her knowledge and culture through art and encourage conversations around current issues Aboriginal people face as well as the next step forward.
My inspiration is drawn from time spent on country (boodja) and the observation that enlighten my pathways. I mainly work with Acrylics on canvas and natural ochres. I like to continue to explore different mediums, so my work is ever evolving.
My name is Scott Harrison and I live in Merewether, NSW in Australia.
The genesis of daily salt was the 1st of April 2014. This was the first day I moved back to Newcastle for a number of years living in the middle of Sydney surrounded by concrete, working in an office, and breathing in everything but clean air. The moment I moved back to this great town where I grew up I was immediately inspired to reinvigorate the happiness I get from photography with my love of the ocean, the beach, and everything associated with the lifestyle surrounding it. Salt air and saltwater have countless benefits to the body and mind and whether you experience it through surfing, swimming, laying on the beach, walking along a coastal track, or any other way. I believe there are happiness, healthiness, and peacefulness directly related to the time spent near or in the ocean.
My daily salt starts at 5 am every day where I will be found wandering around any one of Newcastle's world-class beaches taking photographs, jumping in the ocean, drinking a coffee, and generally just being grateful to live in such an amazing place.
With over 10 years of experience as a Professional Photographer, I am confident and dedicated to my creations.
My latest work focuses on Nature and on our ability to connect to it and to the world. It is also a way of celebrating and praising what we are so fortunate to have around us.
We were all used to traveling until a few months ago when the Pandemic challenged us to stay still. “Shades of Nature”, my latest Photographic Project on flowers and nature, was born from my need to remain closer to the natural world while remaining still. I truly think that there's nothing more beautiful than a flower that teeming with life.
When a flower catches my eye and I compose my photograph,
I think about what I would like to showcase. Is it the texture? Color? Pattern? The curves of the veins of the leaves? Or how the light plays with any of these features?
During the course of the day, many flowers track the journey of the sun across the sky.
Wherever light is, no matter how weak, flowers will find it, and that is why I love to enhance the image of a flower: it deserves admiration and is such a great lesson in life on the beautiful flowers give to all humans on Earth.
Flowers make expressions as much as humans or animals do.
Some seem to smile, some look sad, some are distrustful,
Others, again, are candid and honest.
Flower photography is more than just taking a picture of pretty flowers. As you catch those tiny, fleeting lifespans and intricate structures, something highly spiritual happens that brings a sense of peace and gratitude to your soul.