Jason Houck is a San Francisco-based visual artist who works at the borders between things: materiality and abstraction; creativity and confinement; spontaneity and structure; thinking and feeling. He plays with pattern, color, illusion and material to make us revel in the act of seeing. At the same time, there is always an idea underneath - the essence of creativity, the power of opposites, the feeling of being bounded, the loosening of the mind.

Jason studied at Princeton University, where he received a certificate in visual art along with a certificate in architecture and degree in civil engineering.

His works are in private collections.