New geometric abstract painting works by three Austin artists.
Daniel is a geometric abstraction/minimal artist from Austin, Texas. His art is done with the intention of pushing perception as far as possible with as little as possible. Daniel brings a mathematics background into his art using precise calculations, scale, algorithms, and measurements to express his exact intention. Daniel's minimalist 3D illusions are an extension of his values of simplicity, challenging perceptions, and a little bit of amusing himself by confusing people.
Natalie Keuss is an artist based in Austin, Texas who creates minimalist paintings and installations inspired by light. Natalie graduated from The University of Texas at Austin in 2017 with an engineering degree. This background influences her structured style and interest in exploring the physical world. In the years since graduating, she has focused her energy on studying art and discovering her unique artistic practice.
Christina Moser primarily works with airbrush, creating in a liminal landscape of surrealism and digital aesthetics. Born in Houston, she earned her BFA in design from the University of Texas at Austin in 2012. Moser's design background greatly influences her process, jumping between the digital and physical. Her work examines ambiguity and transitional space(s), with the suggestion of spirituality. Color plays an important role in its ability to evoke mood through subtle shifts. In addition to her own practice, Christina is the lead designer and web developer at the nonprofit gallery Big Medium.