Born in 1961, Vincent Mattina received his BFA in Illustration from Columbus College of Art and Design in 1987. Mattina’s work combines his own photography, digital collage, and assemblage techniques to create elaborate, mixed media images focusing on spiritual, environmental & technology issues. One of the main themes in his work is climate change, crafting pieces that reveal a post-apocalyptic vision of a future that may or may not be too distant. Mattina is also multidisciplinary artist who works in digital, mixed media, photography and assemblage art. His richly detailed work transports you to an alternate reality where science, nature and spirituality evolve. His distinctive personal style emanates a surreal and mysterious quality that evokes an atmosphere from another realm. Mattina’s artwork has been shown in galleries across the country, including the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, San Diego Art Institute, the Brand Library and Art Center, Southampton Art Center and locally at Springville Museum of Art in Utah. His work has been featured in numerous publications such as Emboss, Visual Artistry, and Art Ascent magazine. His artwork is included in numerous private art collections throughout the U.S. as well as being collected internationally.