Ron Gorchov began his career at a young age in Chicago. He attended three different universities, University of Mississippi, Roosevelt College and Art Institute, and University of Illinois. Gorchov later moved to New York, where he developed his signature style. He is known for using curved canvases that extend out from the wall rather than the traditional flat, square canvases. He is also famous for using abstract, symmetrical forms on each side of the canvas that vaguely mirror each other. His works can be found in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Guggenheim.