Rosalyn Drexler is a creative person who is so accomplished that I find her presence in the world to be incredibly inspiring and humbling all at the same time. This is a woman who, at various points in her life, performed as a professional wrestler, exhibited paintings alongside some of the most famous names in Pop Art (including Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein), and published multiple novels inspired by her colorful life experiences.
The reason I think her artwork is especially relevant to discuss here is that she appropriates images from cinema stills and movie posters and re-contextualizes them to evoke new layers of meaning. I see a lot of people creating similar work with found images all the time on Tumblr (Negative Pleasure comes to mind), so it's interesting to see a similar approach to out-of-context movie stills in an analog medium.
Rather than attempting to unpack her place within the art world, I'll let her images speak for themselves. I have a feeling many of my fellow genre movie fans will find a lot to love in her art!
Here's a sampling of online articles about Rosalyn Drexler: