"Thus art is not an object, it is an experience." -Josef Albers
Madeline LeBarron is a young 23 year old artist from Saratoga Springs, New York. Coming from a family of artists, she had been experimenting with all sorts of mediums from a very young age. She quickly found herself very interested in graphite drawing and began perfecting her craft. In the spring the 2017, she was awarded Best in Show at the annual SUNY Adirondack Student Art Show with her graphite drawing titled Clutter, which then went on to the Best of SUNY Student Art Exhibition where it remained on displayed at the State University Plaza in downtown Albany from the winter of 2017 until the summer of 2018.
After studying Josef Albers, she started to dive into the world of color and began her painting career. Madeline loves to create color-filled abstract pieces that can speak to anybody and be interpreted in many different ways. She has since had several of her colorful pieces installed in residential homes.
Madeline continues to create pieces for commission in her home studio as she pursues a degree in The Arts at Empire State College.