Blake Boyd's art takes many forms, including paintings in clay, sculpture, photobooth photography, video, and site-specific installation. Collectively, all of these are components of a twenty-year conceptual artwork that Boyd views as two "visual" operas. Each opera will consist of a series of eleven separate exhibitions, totaling twenty-two exhibitions in all. The first opera, Fidelio, began in 2001, with an exhibition entitled "My Pinocchio Syndrome for Abigail." Inspired by and dedicated to the actress/singer Bijou Phillips, Fidelio is a visual diary of Boyd's travels, from his visits with celebrities from Andy Warhol's Factory in New York City, to his escapades in New York and London nightclubs. The second opera, Romantika, commenced in December 2003 at Arthur Roger Gallery, with the installation of Sneewittchen. Romantika is inspired by and dedicated to a hometown love interest, Katherine Brennan, whom Boyd credits with mending his broken heart. In the tradition of Andy Warhol, who in 1965 announced that he would abandon visual art for film, Boyd intends to follow a similar path after completion of Fidelio and Romantika.