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Regan Rosburg’s ‘The Understory’ Sneak Peek

Emerging artist Regan Rosburg will be presenting a new bodyof work, ‘The Understory’ at David B. Smith Gallery this upcoming July 22ndthrough August 10.The work, focusing on the landscapes of the forest and it’s inhabitants,is created using a mixture of traditional painting methods with layers ofresin, allowing objects such as bones, wallpaper and print transfers to createa depth and luminescent quality to the work, provoking the viewer to lookcloser. The muted color palette and depiction of light allows for a subtleromance to pervade the mixed media compositions, while the focus on the animalsdetails a nuanced approach to life and death. View more preview images afterthe jump.

Emerging artist Regan Rosburg will be presenting a new body of work, ‘The Understory’ at David B. Smith Gallery this upcoming July 22 through August 10. The work, focusing on the landscapes of the forest and it’s inhabitants, is created using a mixture of traditional painting methods with layers of resin, allowing objects such as bones, wallpaper and print transfers to create a depth and luminescent quality to the work, provoking the viewer to look closer. The muted color palette and depiction of light allows for a subtle romance to pervade the mixed media compositions, while the focus on the animals details a nuanced approach to life and death. View more preview images below.

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