Lori Cozen-Geller is an American artist known for her work as a finish fetish minimalist. Unlike the premise of mid-century minimalism where the artwork itself does not hold meaning, Cozen-Geller’s work is based on complex human emotions depicted in ultra-simplistic forms. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California during the era of minimalism, the bowed and flat roof lines and sleekness of Southern Californian architecture coupled with the countries' obsession with opulent automobiles created the foundation for her artistic style.

The artist’s work centers around bringing human emotions into visual form in the most simplistic ways.

Her works are part of several museum collections as well as private and corporate collections. The artist lives and works in Venice, CA.