If you are new to the realm of original art, some types of art might sound confusing. Mixed media art is a world of its own since it “tends to refer to a work of visual art that combines various traditionally distinct visual art media—for example, a work on canvas that combines paint, ink, and collage could properly be called a “mixed media” work, but [it is] not a work of “multimedia art,” according to Wikipedia.
Take for example, “The Square of Mercury is 260” by Matthew Stork. This bright piece of art qualifies as mixed media because it was created with charcoal and acrylic paints.
“Perspective No. 2” by Greg Beebe combines spray paints and pens.
For the artist, the combinations can be endless. Whatever medium an artist chooses to use can be combined with nearly any other media to create some astounding original works of art.
Mixed media art is rich category of art beloved by both collectors and artists. There is a lot of mixed media artwork to discover at Zatista.com. Shop our gallery today!