The Paranormal Psychology of Meagan “Magpie” Rogers’ Surreal Fantasy

Have you ever wondered how many worlds could fit into a body? The subjects in Meagan “Magpie” Rogers’ paintings seem to have no limit.

Though a body may be inescapable, they also conceal a multitude of stories, conflicts, and emotions. Meagan has a talent for giving space and shape to the unseen. Her imagery provides a striking perception of both the paranormal and psychological aspects of a being; like finding a truth too ambiguous for words through a world surreal fantasy.

More: Meagan Magpie Rodgers, Instagram, Facebook h/t: beautifulbizarre

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