Using the language of geometry within a narrow framework, Kazaan Viveiros' work explores concepts of mechanics, infinity and perpetual motion, ecology, and natural and designed systems. The forms within reference a varied list of sources, such as the sun inching above the horizon or a pearl slowly forming within a bivalve shell. Yet each composition remains esoteric, firmly planted in abstraction. Representative works reveal transcendent qualities of creativity and the mechanisms of the natural world. Kazaan Viveiros earned a BA with distinction from the University of Virginia and an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. She has since exhibited work in solo and group exhibitions in the U.S. and Europe, including solo shows in New York, San Francisco, Berkeley, Scottsdale, Richmond, and Rome. Viveiros’s paintings have been collected by a wide array of corporations, including eBay, Marriott International, and Capital One Bank, as well as by individuals such as novelist Danielle Steel. Five of her paintings were purchased by the Art in Embassies Program and are permanently installed in the U.S. Embassy in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. She currently lives and works in Frenchtown, NJ.