maura segal


I grew up in Los Angeles where I reside with my husband and three daughters and create distinctive, multi-layered artworks from papers and acrylic paint. I am deeply inspired by the LA landscape and lifestyle – from the sun-drenched plants to the bustling network of intertwining urban roads and intersections.

Creating multi-layered artworks is what I enjoy making, using a combination of acrylic paint and carefully selected papers, both new and antique. The papers are cut into thin strips and other geometric and organic shapes.  There is a relationship between these coexisting elements reflected in the juxtaposition of dense, geometric paper forms and the free, expressive and rhythmic lines, resulting in a complex universe of balance, texture, color and vibrant rhythms, emulating their coexistence in the urban landscape.


Graduated in 1992 with a B.F.A. in Graphic Design from California State University, Northridge.


2015 Commissions: Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital – three large works placed in the elevator lobbies of three different floors. Los Angeles, California.


2017 Group Exhibitions:

“What’s New With You?” group show, Kobalt Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts.

“Contemporary Art Fair,” Silvermine Art Center, Westport, Conneticut.

“Spring Mixer” 3 person art show, Amy Simon Fine Art, Westport, Connecticut.

“SERIOUS/play” 2 person art show, Matthew Rachman Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.

“Lines at Play” 2 person art show, Sozo Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina.

2016 Group Exhibitions:

“Sounds of Paper” Fall Exhibition, New York, New York.

“Palm Springs Fine Art Fair, ” Palm Springs, California.

2015 Group Exhibitions:

“Affordable Art Fair Singapore.” Singapore.

“Affordable Art Fair New York,” Chelsea, New York.

“Decoding the Memories,” Artspace Warehouse, Los Angeles, California.

“Adorn,” Los Angeles Art Association/Gallery 825. Juried by Sarah Russin, Los Angeles, California.

2014 Group Exhibitions:

“Aurora,” Los Angeles Art Association/Gallery 825. Los Angeles, California.

“The Non-Objective Moment,” Los Angeles Art Association/Gallery 825. Juried by Cynthia Penna, Los Angeles, California.


Private Collection, San Diego, Ca.

Albamarie facility, Charlotte, NC.