Kat Moser is a visual artist who creates photographs which celebrate the female form. She counts among her influences the photographs of Clarence John Laughlin, Deborah Turbeville, Sarah Moon and Helmut Newton, and has studied with Joyce Tenneson, Elizabeth Opalenik and Connie Imboden. She has studied fashion and dance for much of her life, counting the study of movement another influence of her artwork.
For many years she has been at the helm of the women’s clothing boutique, Nouvelle Eve. Having shown her artwork periodically since 1984, she more recently began creating new works in France that she shares with you on this website.
Kat’s photography has become the basis for Nouvelle Eve’s store display, influencing everything from the walls to gift wrap. Large prints are also available in custom sizes and can be printed on either on canvas or archival paper.
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