AM recently got the chance to visit Regan Rosburg in her Denver studio, complete with animal skeletons, insect carcasses and all the flora and fauna she uses to make her envirocentric creations. Her work is equal parts visual art to be enjoyed by the viewer and a call to action to conserve nature. She is best known for her ability to use resin to create depth and an uncanny feeling of life in suspension, giving her work an unusual mix of natural beauty and an ever present uneasiness that the preserved creatures in her work may suddenly come to life.

Regan is coming off a string of solo shows at Denver’s David B. Smith Gallery as well as group shows at the Los Angeles County Municipal of Art and Thinkspace. During the studio visit she was finishing her work for the Inaugural Show at Haven Gallery opening August 15th.