Leonhard Hurzlmeier’s women are active, funny, and absurd creatures who are made of geometric shapes and live amid a background of solid color. They bike, do yoga, spy, protest or play hockey. Hurzlmeier brilliantly retains an illusion of three-dimensionality and movement through a keen grasp on form, color, and light. The limited color palette and simplicity of forms belie the artist’s complicated moda operandi: Hurzlmeier’s meticulously crafted oil paintings are in fact complicated, layered compositions of a limited number of fixed geometric forms that gradually morph into human bodies in motion. At Rachel Uffner through April 23.