Igor Postash’s art offers a slice of life that often prompts laughter, even in the quiet confines of an art gallery. His work is reminiscent of
iconic or religious painters from centuries past, but his scenes are taken from everyday life, spiced up with an oddball cast of characters
and settings. His main themes are love, work and pleasurable relaxation, and his tonque-incheek style is well suited to the May-December couples that often populate his paintings.