Melissa Neil is a Canadian painter based in Hamilton, Ontario. Neil is known for her lushly painted landscapes on mylar and linen. Her work exalts the wild, mystical and sentimental in both the natural and man-made; often drawing on such imagery as gravel pits, brush piles, sand dunes, beach vegetation and found structures.
Neil is a graduate of the Ontario College of Art and Design. Her work has been exhibited at Carnegie Gallery (Dundas), Youme Gallery (Hamilton), Hamilton Public Library -Assembly Gallery (Hamilton), Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition 2016; Carmichael Canadian Landscape Exhibition: Tradition Transformed, Orillia Museum of Art & History; Studio Huddle 2014 (Toronto) and at Fine & Dandy Window Gallery (Toronto). She is a recipient of the City Enrichment Fund - Emerging Artist Project Grant, City of Hamilton. Her work is held in private collections in Ontario.