Matt Neuman is a painter and printmaker who is fascinated by design. During his MFA years at Boston University, Matt began to focus his attention on basic geometric interactions. More than 10 years later, Matt’s work still probes geometry as a means of providing the structural logic that resonates with humanity’s instinctive tendency to organize information. From his studio in the Bronx, Matt is continuously pushing his practice forward. Influences like physics, pattern, and the infinite creep into Matt’s stream of consciousness fuel his exploration of spatial experience rooted in line, color and repetition.

Matt has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions throughout the US and abroad. Matt’s work has appeared in many publications, including exhibition review in The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, and The Aspen Times. Matt’s work was recently featured in a curated anthology of contemporary printmakers published by Schiffer Books called ‘Singular and Serial: Contemporary Monotype and Monoprint'.