Describing Wyatt inadvertently describes the methodology of his art, which settles in the gaps between our senses. A young American artist swept away by wanderlust, he equates his work as the byproduct of painting circles around a revelation that never occurs. By placing himself in the void, he is exorcising himself, his social persona, and his masks, attempting to resonate the satire of life. Wyatt searches for new forms, pointing out the inabilities of language as a method of direct interaction. He strolls on the edges of the human condition, painting what is left after we realize the center cannot hold, and we can only stand at the abyss and look for beauty in our absurdity.