Rita MacDonald tends to make elaborate wall paintings that use patterns, repetitions, and optical illusions.
Her paintings contort the space, seeming to bend and move against the wall's flatness.
While altering the perspective and disorienting the viewer, she also highlights the distinct qualities of the space.
Domino Sugar Factory Mural, "Candy Stripe" 2014
MacDonald has an MFA from the school of Visual Arts in NY, and a Bachelor's degree from Rhode Island School of Design