Art vies for the hearts and minds of viewers. Fine oil on canvas paintings, though two dimensional, strive to capture the life and story of an object or scene. Great works go a bit further to successfully play and stir our imagination. If you had the opportunity to view Miro Sinovcic’s creations you might come to your own conclusion that in fact both of the above attributes are captured in his work. His oil-on-canvas paintings have several specific qualities, one being that they have a continuous dynamic – by that I mean the scene you are viewing is in constant fluctuation and motion. The paintings take on a different life depending on the angle or distance they are being viewed from. This exceptional quality can be partly attributed to the artist’s unique impressionistic/realistic/abstract style. His use of the infinite color spectrum, which bombards the canvas like a harmonious snow blizzard also, adds to this effect. Sinovcic’s use of light gives a pulse to the limited two-dimensional scene on the vulnerable piece of cloth. The paintings of Miro Sinovcic are in themselves amazing but what is even equally fascinating is that he developed his unique style just two years ago, when he consciously decided to become a fine artist. So I asked this amazing artist to elaborate on his life, work and his recent transformation.