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Tag: Morgan Rosskopf

Oregon based artist Morgan Rosskopf describes herself as a "visual hunter-gatherer". In other words, her surreal, carnal works are mostly driven by her own intuitions. Her illustrations on paper combine hand-drawn elements and collage to create lush clusters of personal imagery: a messy, knotted assemblage of fragments, from the sweet and savory to bodily and grotesque. "Hunting and gathering images is both subject and method," she explains. "I believe that all my images already exist; I just have to find them and rearrange them."

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