maura segal


When Maura Segal was a child, she loved doing puzzles so much, she wondered how she could turn it into a career as an adult. Looking back, Maura realized that finishing a puzzle gave her a sense of order, of inner-peace, a sense of calm, as if everything made sense, even if just for a fleeting moment. She still feel exactly the same today, when finishing a new piece.

Maura Segal’s work is a reflection of this seemingly endless cycle of driving down the same Los Angeles streets, day after day, and observing the scenery; curved and sloping lines, a network of intertwining pathways, a city in motion. And the sun-drenched hues of the Southern California palette frame and anchor these dynamic pathways. The meticulous clean lines and brushstrokes in her artwork reflect Maura’s pursuit of order and balance; everything needs to be in its right place. The lines, just like urban roads, are carefully planned out; an ever changing infrastructure, an organized chaos. Maura attempts to organize her world, one artwork at a time.


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

Solo Exhibitions:

2019/“Linear Motion,” Matthew Rachman Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.

2018/Splash Exhibition, Ann Connelly Fine Art, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

2017/ “Hidden Pathways,” Kobalt Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts.

Selected Group Exhibitions:

2019/ Group Art Show, Blue Print Gallery, Dallas, Texas.

2019/ “That Summer Feeling,” Addison Gallery, Delray Beach, Florida.

“Art Palm Springs,” Palm Springs, California.

2018/ “Local Color,” Hyatt Place Pasadena, Slate Art, Pasadena, California.

“Walking on Sunshine,” Amy Simon Fine Art, Westport, Connecticut.

“Summer Collection,” The Ritz-Carlton, Slate Art, Lake Tahoe,  California

“Coming to the Surface,” Amy Simon Fine Art, Westport, Connecticut.

2017/ “MODERNA,” Slate Art, Oakland, California.

Group Art Show, Blue Print Gallery, Dallas, Texas.

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

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

“Spring Mixer,” Amy Simon Fine Art, Westport, Connecticut.

“SERIOUS/play,” Matthew Rachman Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.

“Lines at Play,” Sozo Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina.

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

2015/ “Affordable Art Fair Singapore.” Singapore.


Omni CNN, Atlanta, Georgia.

Red Rock Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada.

DC JW Marriott, Presidential Suites, Washington D.C.

The Hotel at Avalon, Alpharetta, Georgia.

Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital, Los Angeles, California.

Albamarie facility, Charlotte, North Carolina.