Madison Buratt is best known for combining texture and vibrant color, using acrylics on canvas. Strong influences on Buratt include Picasso, Malevich, and Basquiat. Common themes in Buratt's work include hollow, geometric shapes (circles, triangles, etc.), rows of small lines, vibrant colors, isolated eye motifs, and words written in block lettering. The artist draws heavily from music, allowing emotion to dictate the direction of each painting. Her paintings evoke a spectrum of feelings, heavily dependent upon the present moment.