Madison Warp is an American visual artist from Denver, Colorado. Having recently received her BFA from The University of Colorado at Boulder, she is currently participating in the university’s Post Baccalaureate program with an emphasis in drawing and painting. She seeks to explore the double standards, objectification, and sexualization of women in popular culture through her art. Figure study is at the heart of her artistic practice, and allows her to explore her feminist critique through creating her own narratives surrounding feminine form. Her work has been shown in group exhibitions such as Welcome to San Luis Valley , Error. (404): PAGE NOT FOUND, The Forest, and CU Boulder’s juried King Exhibition in 2020 and 2021. She was an artist-in-residence at the New York Academy of Art’s 2021 Summer Undergraduate Residency Program, and currently holds a position as Education Programs Assistant at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art.