Peter Dušek is an award-winning artist who uses photography to explore visual art as a universal language to evoke emotion using colour, abstraction of landscape elements, and a dash of surrealism. With the simplicity and cutting power of a haiku poem, each of his toned photographs is a visual expression that many people say recalls memories of their past. Seeking the perfect balance between too much and too little, his signature minimalist design goal is “as little as possible, as much as necessary”.
Peter’s works, whether an intimate 8 inches wide or a powerful 108 inches wide, are held in the collections of large and small 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
Global Furniture Group
Government of Ontario Art Collection – Archives of Ontario
Designers and Architects
ASMP Best of 2015 Magazine,
American Society of Media Photographers
A three minute, inspirational short film about Peter’s process and motivations: