About the Artist Madison Buratt is best known for her colorful abstract-expressionist art, primarily using acrylic on canvas, spray paint, and oil pastel. Strong influences on Buratt include Basquait, Rothko, and Frank Lloyd Wright. Common motifs in Buratt's work include geometric shapes, uneven lines, vibrant colors, eye imagery, the letter “X”, and miscellaneous words. The artist draws inspiration from other post-modern art, brutalist architecture, and graffiti. She also pulls from New Orlean’s “Bounce” music, and her current feelings at the time of painting.