Marissa Raglin is a visual artist living in Oklahoma City currently working in analog collage and resin. Raglin is a nationally exhibited artist and can be found knee-deep in old illustration books and magazines plucked from thrift stores and half-priced book shops. Raglin received her BA in Studio Art from Oklahoma Baptist University. Raglin was the the 2017-18 Skirvin Paseo Artist in Residence and currently has her studio in the Paseo Plunge in the historic Paseo Arts District in Oklahoma City.
I create ethereal, whimsical collage works of art. Creating with images delicately removed with a cutting blade from vintage magazines, books, and postcards, I work exclusively with unaltered imagery. The images are compiled and become unified, telling one story. Negative space in my work provides the images with room for conversation. I am inspired by the ever-changing role of the woman, and it’s societal pressures and complexities. I remove the dated, “quintessential” women from their surroundings and create new, modern narratives.