Ed Moses (b. 1926) was educated in the mid 1950’s at the University of California, Los Angeles. Moses was one of the first abstract artists with a one-man show at the legendary Los Angeles Ferus Gallery (1958). His work ranges from compositions featuring repeated decorative patterns, to large fields of flowing color or to hard-edged geometric designs. “Color is not used to describe objects, but rather to establish pure aesthetic experience.” Works by Moses are included in museum collections throughout the U.S. Moses received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1980.
The artist currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California.