Nikolas Kazoura. Mixed Media Artist. Portfolio.
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My work reflects my life as both are in constant movement and disarray. Remaining stagnant creates repetition, pausing the fluid motion of life. As humans we are forced to live within the constraints of our environment and it is our creativity and passion within these constraints that shapes the structure in which we are defined. Each piece explores the collision of chaos within a stable structure.

The works below share one common ingredient and combine various other media creating dramatic suspended scenes unachievable with traditional glass or sculpture techniques. No two pieces duplicate the same technical or stylistic approach. Each creation invites the challenge of facing new concepts and techniques allowing the creative process to constantly evolve... [more from artist statement]

more art in my [ Lenticular Imagery Portfolio ]



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I can talk. Can you Fly? (2011)

Gold leafing, clay, dye in resin

12" x 5" x 4"

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Supermassive Black Hole (2011)

On exhibit at Norbertellen Gallery, Los Angeles February 5th - March 26th

Mixed media in resin

7" x 7" x 4"

cock1  cock2  cock3

cock2  cock3  cock4

 


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Sugar Cubes
(2011)

Mixed media in resin

8" x 8" x 2"

wiz5  wiz2  

 


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We're Off to See the Wizard
(2010)

Mixed media in resin

17" x 24"

wiz5  wiz4

 

 


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Chalk Full of Electrolytes
(2011)

Mixed media in resin

3.5" x 3.5" x 2.5"

wiz5  wiz2  wiz2



 

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Cosmic Yawn (2010)

Mixed media in resin

6.5" x 7" x 4.5"

cock1  cock1  cock1 

cock1  cock1   

 


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The Traveling Block
(2011)

Mixed media in resin

3.5" x 3.5" x 2.5"

wiz5  wiz2  



 


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Touching the Ground every now and then
(2010)

Mixed media in resin

19" x 23"

cock1 cock2 cock3 cock4

An abstract work with a figurative centerpiece. Featuring brightly pigmented and glazed clay encased in Resin. This is a wall mounted piece contained in a wood box frame.


copyright © 2011 Nikolas Kazoura