Jeff Muhs is a contemporary American artist known for both his paintings and sculptures. His compositions often suggest natural, atmospheric, or geological processes. Engaged in exploring art history as well as using found materials, the artist’s practice includes blurred versions of Titian paintings, expressive abstractions based on the Long Island landscape, and concrete sculptures of female torsos tightly bonded by bikinis. Born on June 24, 1966 in Southampton, NY, his father was a sculptor who taught Muhs wood carving at a young age. Going on to attend the School of Visual Arts in New York during the mid-1980s, Muhs directed his focus towards painting before returning to sculpture later in his career. The artist’s works are held in the collections of the Guild Hall Museum in East Hampton, NY, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the collection of Beth Rudin DeWoody, among others. Muhs continues to work from his studio in Southampton, NY.