Find mixed media prints for sale. Our vast selection of mixed media prints range from the photo-real to the whimsical, from the minimal to the chaotic. Each piece in our collection has been hand-selected by us from some of the most exciting artists working today. If you’re not sure where to start, take a look at our popular figurative, surrealist and abstract mixed media prints.
Robert Pereira Hind sets delicate and whimsical prints against a hazy and somewhat ambiguous backdrop in his mixed media series, Out of Eden. Each delicate plant is surrounded by a golden hue, making for atmospheric scenes instilled with a sense of nostalgia. From Prunus Serrulata In Excesis to Camellia Japonica, Hind isolates elements of the landscape, and plays with perspective to create wonderfully whimsical mixed media prints.
Bruce McLean combines mono printing with collage to create vibrant and textured artwork. McLean’s Impressionistic style typically includes repeated motifs to create abstracted scenes of nature. Sometimes with no differentiation between foreground and background, Mclean’s work is both playful and intriguing.
Mixed media refers to art that is made up of a combination of materials. Whether blending photography, painting, found objects, or a assortment of mediums, mixed media can be used to question depth, enforce shape, draw focus, and create patterns.
Originating from collage, mixed media artwork first came about from the Cubist movement in the early 20th century. Artists such as Picasso and Braque explored different materials during Synthetic Cubism, and from then on, artists began to create art using a range of materials. Today, collage is used to create both realistic and abstract images, and has evolved into processes such as photomontage and digital collage.