Nikki Grdinich's vast oeuvre focuses on reactions and interpretations of contemporary society versus the cultural history of how humans have been propagandized over time. Through a lens of seductive macabre, these creations often depict a temptress or satyr incognito of a great deity — antithetical to religion, divineness and prosperity. In mixed mediums of lowbrow art, these works represent both sinners and saints as one entity, balancing devious satire and cynicism through beauty and derangement.