Gabriel Winker-Nemes' work explores the common ground and philosophies between religious denominations. "Finding the common roots of all sacred traditions around the world's religious systems, I feel," he says, "there is something around and within us, that we all should be looking for, and cherish in ourselves, once we have found it." Deeply inspired by Japanese art including its traditional music, and theatre plays, he finds particular fascination in Ukiyo-e the art of the traditional Japanese woodcuts. Specializing in oil, Winker-Nemes minimalist work hopes to, "express a kind of transparency by using many thin layers and deep spaces on my pictures. I like to leave it to the viewer to decide, what the painting is about." he says. Currently living in Budapest, Hungary, Gabriel Winker-Nemes has exhibited his work across the country and is in numerous private collections.