Neil Raitt

Neil Raitt’s intricate paintings dispense with a traditional sense of perspective, leading viewers on a search through the atmospheric effects of landscape and the illusion of space. His labyrinthine compositions address notions of kitsch, romanticism and abstraction, as well as the role of painting in the digital age. Frequently employing gestures from Bob Ross’ The Joy of Painting, Raitt’s mature work pushes beyond these references to depict surreal vistas.