Kansas City, Missouri based multidisciplinary queer visual artist Madeline Brice seeks to visually represent the fluidity of experiences and relationships through the lens of a visual perception disorder. She primarily works with oils on metallized mylar and mdf board, creating an experiential and experimental interaction with her work. She graduated from Missouri State University in 2015 with a BFA in painting and received a BA in Art History in May of 2018 from the same university. She is both a published and exhibiting artist having shown throughout Missouri and at a national level in both solo and juried group exhibitions. In collaboration with the Springfield Art Museum, she has installed many site specific installations for their 99x events, hosted still life workshops, and given a number of artist talks and presentations. You can see her work as a part of the permanent collection at Hotel Vandivort and represented by Oh Gallery in Springfield, Missouri. Her most recent commercial work can be seen on liquor store shelves with the rebranding of Mother's Brewing Company's Materfamilia.