Paintings of gelatinous figures that bridge the gap between the real and the imagined by artist Jocelyn Khosla. Based out of the Bay Area, Khosla’s aim is to bring the collective unconscious to the surface. While creating a dark world, at the core of her work is the idea that everything is beautiful. For Khosla, insect guts, blood, and heartbreak are all equally worth embracing, especially in order to discover the deeper truths about life and the joys of being alive. See more images from “Gelatin Underworld” below.
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