Category - Mixed Media

An Exploration into Nothing – Roshni Bhatia

My work emphasizes on intuition as a tool, relying on our innate impulse to derive meaning. I believe that by using free association we can actualize our internal thoughts and emotions that often expose to us, an uncensored part of ourselves. To me, art acts as a means of introspection and a form of recovery from an over stimulated environment. I...

The explorations of Alexandra Pacor

Alexandra Pacor is a multi-media artist and art educator. Her work in both practices involves exploration and playful experimentation of various materials. Her artwork explores the themes of light, passing time, and layers both physically and metaphorically. 

Andrea Lala’s use of surface and structure

My name is Andrea Lala and art has been an obsession of mine for as long as I can remember. I graduated from printmaking and graphic design, got bachelor degree in illustration and now I study the Intermedia. My most often preferred media apart from the paper are fabrics and threads that I combine with varied materials. I am fascinated by...

The dance inspired visual art of BAKi

Opiom Gallery is proud to present «Illusion», the first European solo show of South Korean artist BAKi, aka Park KwiSub. Former dancer at the National Ballet of Korea, he has for many years worked as its official photographer before giving free reign to his artistic creativity. He now orchestrates his own pictorial universe, fragmented into...

Leaving the Nest by Andrew G. Fisher

In his latest and most ambitious project to date Andrew represents the tortured pain of growth and life in both figurative and abstract forms.  Using his established media of analogue photography and reaching into hand drawn charcoal animations for the first time he presents here a journey for the viewer as an individual or as part of something...

Messages in watercolor, by Maggie P. Chang

I recently decided to take charge of my life when I realized my own dreams of pursuing my own creative projects were being ignored. I have taken a pause from classroom teaching, moved from NYC to LA, and am now focusing on my own artistic endeavors. In my recent work, I’ve tried to merge the worlds of digital and traditional mediums with...

Divine Decay by Kon Markogiannis

“Divine Decay” is a series of photographic/mixed media constructions informed and inspired by holy texts, illuminated manuscripts, death memorials, alchemical/occult symbols, sacred geometry, religious icons and Renaissance panel paintings. ~Kon MarkogiannisThe work deals with memory, remembrance and decay and tackles issues such as...

Exploring movement with Silviu and Irina Székely

We are Silviu and Irina Székely, Romanian born and currently UK based self-taught photographers and analogue collage artists. Relying on objects that are already there, but juxtaposing them with other images and distorting elements in a Surrealis/Dadaist style, we are exploring the idea of migration, displacement, re-location, dis-location to...

Psychedelic mixed-media works by Mike Winkelmann

Mike Winkelmann aka Beeple uses a variety of media to conjure up real-life snapshots of his dreams. He creates otherworldly and perfectly weird short films which have screened at onedotzero, Prix Ars Electronica, the Sydney Biennale, Ann Arbor Film Festival and many others. He’s also created visuals used by various electronic music artists like...