Andy Moses Nocturne acrylic abstract landscape painting as seen in Sightlines group exhibition at Melissa Morgan Fine Art in Palm Desert, California also featured in Whitehot Magazine
Andy Moses, Nocturne 1601, Acrylic on canvas and concave wood panel, 60 x 90 inches (Exhibited in Sightlines group exhibition at MMFA and featured in Whitehot Magazine)
Andy Moses acrylic painting in pastel shades in the permanent collection of the Laguna Art Museum
Andy Moses, Reflecting the Dawn, Acrylic on concave canvas, 40 x 97 inches (Permanent Collection of the Laguna Art Museum)
Andy Moses acrylic geometric landscape painting in red shades from the Family Plot exhibition with Ed Moses and Kelly Berg
Andy Moses, Geomorphology 1703, Acrylic on polycarbonate, 59 x 95 x 6 inches (Exhibited in Family Plot group exhibition at the Manhattan Beach Art Center)
Andy Moses diptych acrylic painting from his 30-year survey at Santa Monica College in red and blue
Andy Moses, Strange Attraction, Acrylic on polycarbonate on two wood panels, 138 x 96 inches (Exhibited at Santa Monica College Pete & Susan Barrett Art Gallery for Andy Moses: A 30-Year Survey)
Andy Moses Tale of the Dragon black and white painting from the group exhibition at the Frederick R. Weisman Foundation and Pepperdine Museum
Andy Moses, Tale of the Dragon, Acrylic on canvas, 18 x 24 inches (Collection of the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation)

Born in Los Angeles in 1962, Andy Moses attended the legendary CalArts, studying with John Baldessari, Michael Asher and Barbara Kruger. In 1982, Moses moved to New York where he worked as a studio assistant to Pat Steir. He quickly became part of the nascent 80s art scene, and became one of the youngest artists to exhibit with Annina Nosei gallery after Jean-Michael Basquitat. During that time he developed close ties with then emerging artists like Jeff Koons, Marilyn Minter, Rudolf Stingel and Christopher Wool. Moses returned to California in 2000, and really began to refine his explorations into the physical properties of paint that have brought him to the attention of museums and major collectors alike. His work is included in the permanent collections of Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Orange County Museum of Art, Laguna Art Museum, and the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation. Moses' works can be viewed at Melissa Morgan Fine Art in Palm Desert, California.

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