Styles

MOZ MOZAYIC®

MOZAYIC ART MOVEMENT: Developed and defined by artist JOACHIM MCMILLAN from 2008.

  1. a contemporary style of painting inspired by the digital imaging used in computer technology and characterized mainly by presentation of an image whose surface have being fractured into a distinct configuration of squares creating a mosaic arrangement of texture, pattern and color.
  2. a manner of painting with the characteristic appearance of a broken surface in which the subject is presented in a fragmented state.
  3. a technique of painting in which the artist breaks down the painted surface into small areas using texture, color and pattern thereby creating a multifaceted effect similar to stained glass.

SPECKULISM

SPECKULISM ART MOVEMENT: Developed and defined by artist JOACHIM MCMILLAN from 2014.

  1. a modern style of painting, a technique involves placing small dot or flecks on a painting, in various positions, creating an almost confetti effect, which brings to life any subject. This style create a feeling of happiness, celebration and energy and motion.
  2. an artistic style used to distort images by adding flecks or a star bust of dots to create an illusion of a confetti, flurries or starry night. This style seeks to capture a feeling of jubilation, experience of motion, weather and a distinctive expression.