Are you a fan of the weird and wonderful? Perhaps you’ve been on the lookout for a unique and quirky piece of artwork that will stop visitors in their tracks and raises a variety of interesting thoughts and opinions?

If this is the case, then look no further than the ArtsArts gallery where we are proud to showcase an array of quirky and unusual pieces of art that can help showcase your eclectic taste and create a standout statement on any wall.

Here are just a few of our favourites for you to enjoy this autumn.

 

Intrigue by Alan Brain

As the title of this abstract piece suggests, Intrigue certainly inspires more questions than it answers and is somewhat elusive in its interpretation.

 

Intrigue by Alan Brain
Intrigue by Alan Brain

 

The artist came up with the concept for Intrigue whilst standing by a lake in a very remote part of Canada which is conveyed in the colour palette used in this watercolour painting but look deeper into the emotion behind the piece, and you’ll discover that no further explanation is forthcoming, making it a unique piece of contemporary art that seeks to articulate what cannot be successfully articulated.

 

La Sirène (3) by Jean Lagadec

A celebration of the female form, this piece merges the minimalist and the mythical as the artist seeks to depict a mermaid’s form using a very unusual technique.

 

La Sirène (3) by Jean Lagadec
La Sirène (3) by Jean Lagadec

 

Using a series of delicate ‘entailles’ or paper cuts, this image captures the striking light from a variety of angles offering up a new image when viewed from different directions, making it a wonderful piece that has something a little different to offer the average art lover.

 

Tell Me Your Dreams by Philip McKay

Almost surrealist in its genre, this digital piece is created on Hahnemuhle fine art pearl paper and is both signed and numbered by the artist.

 

Tell Me Your Dreams by Philip McKay
Tell Me Your Dreams by Philip McKay

 

Open to a number of various interpretations, Dali fans and those with a love of digital art in general will enjoy trying to make sense of this quirky piece that features a claw-footed bathtub, a man in a bowler hat and a hat that seems to be without its owner (or is it?).

Definitely, a piece that raises more questions than it answers; this is an excellent addition to stylish workplaces, home offices or unusual living spaces and would look great framed in dark colour wood.