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About the Artist
Madison Buratt Gravelle is best known for her colorful abstract expressionist art, primarily using acrylic on canvas, spray paint, and oil pastel. Strong influences include Jean Michel Basquiat, Mark Rothko, and Frank Lloyd Wright. Common motifs in Gravelle’s work include geometric shapes, vibrant colors, eye symbolism, the letter “X”, and miscellaneous words. The artist draws inspiration from naive art, various forms of modern architecture, and street art/graffiti. Gravelle was diagnosed with Crohns disease at the age of nine years old. Although she is now free from medication with the aid of intermittent fasting, meditation, and food elimination- Madison is thankful for her “illness” because she views it as a blessing. It has allowed her to rely on her stomach as a secondary intuition, and above all else, it awards her the privilege of working from home and getting to do what she loves: paint.