Jaclyn Meyer

Joined Artfinder: Oct. 2016

Artworks for sale: 12

(1)

United States

About Jaclyn Meyer

 
 
  • Biography
    I consider myself to be an organic expressionist, someone who has a muse in the natural world.  I twist and turn natural forms into agitated dreamscapes filled with color and energy.   As a hardy New Englander, I find myself most inspired around the colors, smells and feelings associated with the change of seasons.  I create gritty textures with my work from layers of paint, paper or whatever material meanders its way into my studio.  I constantly am creating works that are messy and brimming with life.  I constantly find myself struggling between themes of freedom and entrapment as I oscillate freely between both.  Ultimately I leave it for the viewer to decide how they feel as long as they are feeling something
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  • Education

    2012 - 2013

    Tufts- School of the Museum of Fine arts

    2006 - 2010

    Massachusetts College of Art

  • Awards

    2017

    Honorable Mention- Painting Wilmington Art Show

    A yearly show put on by the Wilmington Art Council

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    2017

    Flower Club's Choice - Art in Bloom

    This was probably the best recognition I could get, the Belmont flower club picked my piece and created an arrangement based on their floral interpretation of the piece!
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Education

2012 - 2013

Tufts- School of the Museum of Fine arts

2006 - 2010

Massachusetts College of Art


Awards

2017

Honorable Mention- Painting Wilmington Art Show

A yearly show put on by the Wilmington Art Council

Show more awards Hide

2017

Flower Club's Choice - Art in Bloom

This was probably the best recognition I could get, the Belmont flower club picked my piece and created an arrangement based on their floral interpretation of the piece!

There are no upcoming events


 

Biography

I consider myself to be an organic expressionist, someone who has a muse in the natural world.  I twist and turn natural forms into agitated dreamscapes filled with color and energy.   As a hardy New Englander, I find myself most inspired around the colors, smells and feelings associated with the change of seasons.  I create gritty textures with my work from layers of paint, paper or whatever material meanders its way into my studio.  I constantly am creating works that are messy and brimming with life.  I constantly find myself struggling between themes of freedom and entrapment as I oscillate freely between both.  Ultimately I leave it for the viewer to decide how they feel as long as they are feeling something
 
 
 
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