Global Furniture Group - Peter Dusek
Peter Dusek - Serenity - Abbozzo Gallery
Wall Island I
Cattails in Red
Crooked Bay Tamarack
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In today’s world, the eyes and the soul are assaulted by a myriad of things, causing us to lose our focus, become scattered, and even blinded to the simple beauty hidden around us. Inspired by the philosophy of Zen, letting go of everything that is unnecessary, Peter Dušek’s artwork distills our world to the heart of its essence. Placing a strong emphasis on balance and negative space, and seeking the perfect balance between too much and too little, Peter’s minimalist design goal is “as little as possible, as much as necessary”, giving an abstract quality to his poetic landscapes. His style embodies the Japanese design aesthetic shibumi, which translates as “a quiet elegance”. In this simplicity can be found the serenity and perhaps even the happiness that often eludes us.

Peter’s works, whether an intimate 8 inches wide or a powerful 10 feet wide, are held in the collections of corporations, in their lobbies, boardrooms and showrooms, as well as gracing the walls of private collectors’ homes throughout North America.

Corporate and Public Collections

Saks Fifth Avenue
(38 pieces)

Global Furniture Group
(12 pieces)

HLS Therapeutics

Multimatic Inc.
(4 pieces)

Smallrock Capital

JRB Group


Rawley Resort

POI Business Interiors

Government of Ontario Art Collection

Apple Tree II, Ontario, Canada, 2020
Installation view, Winter Barn at Global Furniture Group
Pigment Inkjet Print on Hahnemühle Fine Art Paper
48 x 48 inches
Framed: 60 x 60 inches


Toronto Star

ASMP Best of 2015 Magazine,
American Society of Media Photographers

Etobicoke Guardian

Orangeville Citizen
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Orangeville Banner

Finding Zen

A three minute, inspirational short film about Peter’s process and motivations: