Megan Ravagni is an analog collage artist, born and raised in Venice, FL, and currently settled in Seattle, WA. She attended Ringling College of Art and Design, where she studied illustration, printmaking, painting, and photography. Though a fan of all forms of visual art, Megan excels primarily in the art of collage and prefers this medium above all others. She classifies her work as vintage surrealism: dreamy landscapes that evoke feelings of familiarity as well as introspection. It is through her love of nostalgia that she finds her inspiration. The highly saturated colors and mid-century themes of antique periodicals are the driving force behind each piece. Combining what is old and new, real and imaginary, she wishes to illustrate a universe that is both physically impossible and exquisitely captivating. Every collage is hand cut, holding true to its original state rather than conforming to digital alteration.
Megan is a full-time freelance artist with consulting and management experience at an established contemporary art gallery located in downtown Seattle. She is available for private commissions, public installations, album/book cover art, and promotional advertising.