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Rowan Raskin is a queer, non-binary artist from Arizona and a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design (2021). Currently located in Boston, MA, but inspired by their childhood spent exploring the deserts of Arizona; Rowan mythologizes the Southwestern queer experience. By combining the aesthetics of the southwest gothic, narratives of found family, perceptions of the body as landscape, and roadkill as an analogy for transgender life, Rowan hopes to create tenderness and love where some might only see horror. Rowan received the Worcester Center for Art’s Glass Residency upon their graduation and more recently has shown work with the Art League of Rhode Island, the Fort Points Art Space Gallery in Boston, and The Peg Center for Art and Activism, among others.

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