Regan Rosburg (b. 1977) is an interdisciplinary artist who weaves together science, psychology, history, and social engagement. With a passion for studying various ecosystems and biota, her work investigates not only the exquisite intelligence of ecology but also the causes and ramifications of over-consumption. She is represented by William Havu Gallery (Denver, CO), and is the artistic director of Cayo Artist Residency in Eleuthera (Bahamas). She is an environmental artistic advisor for the Center of Local Prosperity (Nova Scotia) and helped facilitate the RedLine/S*Park Visiting Artist program in Denver, CO. In 2020 she published her book, The Church of Water: A Portrait of the Arctic. This book is a collection of images from her Arctic Circle Residency expedition aboard the Tallship Antigua. She fervently believes that artists are a crucial voice in discussing climate change and human impact, and her climate change work has been exhibited nationally and internationally.
Recent Exhibitions, Significant Work, or Publications:
Yale University’s “Order of Multitudes” (2020-2021 Mellon Sawyer Seminar); the IGI International Journal of Civic Engagement and Social Change, Truthout, CPR News, The Shambhala Times (CAN), Elysian Magazine, One Resilient Earth, and the Denver Post. Her residencies include the Arctic Circle Residency (Norway), RedLine (CO), S*Park (CO), Ayatana (CAN), and the Oak Spring Garden Foundation (VA). Rosburg received her BFA from the University of Colorado (Boulder, 2000) and her MFA from the Lesley University College of Art and Design (2016).
Drawing I, Drawing II, Drawing Lab, Methods of Inquiry, Painting I: Practicum, Painting II, Painting III, Topics in Color Space.