Adriana Michima is well known for her dark, mysterious landscapes which encompass ominous and often vulnerable figures and themes. Her concepts involve life, death, and pain which are then presented in a manner which is seen as both macabre and beautiful. Her concepts are more personal and some stem from her own struggles with depression and childhood abandonment. However, her imagery often finds its way to connect with her viewers on their own personal levels. Her use of the color red has been said to change the way color blind individuals see red.
With a background in traditional art forms such as drawing and oil painting, Adriana later decided to go to art school and received her Bachelors of Fine Art from Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design in 2014. She got involved in photography during her fine art education and delved into video production in late 2017.
Portland Oddities & Curiosities Expo, PDX 2019
Morbid Curiosities Expo, Denver CO 2019
Doug Stanhope drone Photo Bisbee AZ 2019
Ritual Arts Tattoo, Portland OR 2018-current
Helikon Gallery, Denver, 2018
TRVE Brew, 2017-2018
Dark Beauty Magazine, Online Publication, 2016-2017
Inkspired Magazine and Gothesque Magazine
Modern Eden Gallery, San Francisco, 2014