Juste Milieu by Regan Rosburg, acrylic, wood, grackle skull, black widow, bird’s nest, resin, oil paint, plastic bags, wire, lace.
The title of this work means “the middle way” in French and is referring to the way that animals adapt to living in an environment that has been modified or disrupted by humans. I love discovering the details of Rosburg’s resin “paintings” as she carefully embeds elements from the natural world, a black widow spider and grass in the particular piece, to bring light to the way in which plastics and other forms of human waste are having a direct impact on the environment. You should definitely check out more of her very detail oriented work at http://reganrosburg.com/. Juste Milieu by Regan Rosburg, acrylic, wood, grackle skull, black widow, bird’s nest, resin, oil paint, plastic bags, wire, lace.
The title of this work means “the middle way” in French and is referring to the way that animals adapt to living in an environment that has been modified or disrupted by humans. I love discovering the details of Rosburg’s resin “paintings” as she carefully embeds elements from the natural world, a black widow spider and grass in the particular piece, to bring light to the way in which plastics and other forms of human waste are having a direct impact on the environment. You should definitely check out more of her very detail oriented work at http://reganrosburg.com/.

Juste Milieu by Regan Rosburg, acrylic, wood, grackle skull, black widow, bird’s nest, resin, oil paint, plastic bags, wire, lace.

The title of this work means “the middle way” in French and is referring to the way that animals adapt to living in an environment that has been modified or disrupted by humans. I love discovering the details of Rosburg’s resin “paintings” as she carefully embeds elements from the natural world, a black widow spider and grass in the particular piece, to bring light to the way in which plastics and other forms of human waste are having a direct impact on the environment. You should definitely check out more of her very detail oriented work at http://reganrosburg.com/.

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