Madeline Finn is a St. Louis based artist. Specializing in mixed media and painting, she finds her inspiration through music, history/mythology, and the world around her. Most of her abstract work comes from music, in which she sees colors. From a young age, she has been creating art and selling her work. In 2012, she started studying mixed media and incorporating found objects into her work. She was named Artist of Year in 2012 at Parkway South High School and won the Deans Award for Achievements in Creative Arts from University Missouri Saint Louis.
In 2016 she was the featured artist at The Feral Learning and Teaching Center art gallery at Washington University Medical School.
In addition to art, Madeline is a board member and director for The Black Mirror Theatre company in St. Louis, Missouri. She has been an active member of this group since 2016 and has directed shows such as Translations by Brian Friel, and The Weir by Conor Mcpherson. Besides directing she has done production design and set design for a number of productions including Of Human Kindess and Rockaby. Received Director’s Award at St. Louis Community College Meramec Theater 2015 and 2017
She hopes to continue to push the boundaries of art and use her art to inspire others around the world.