divinus lethargus ( 44″ x 48″ metal prints 2014)

Thomas Robert Meyers is a self taught artist that has been creating since 1989. First working mainly with polaroid type 669 transfers, but evolving into new ways of creating with new materials. Currently working with cut film, metal printing, and oil pigments . His work has been exhibited in galleries, museums and publications, and pieces reside in private collections in Japan, France, Germany and the United States .

    “My work is an attempt to materialize and reconcile the psychological turmoil stemming from the inevitable death of the physical body, that we as humans must all face. Emerging from this innate knowledge of our own finite state, is everything from spirituality to sexuality to psychosis. In death lies the answers to life, and should be examined rather than feared.” – Thomas Robert Meyers

Exhibitions

2002 Juried National exhibition ( Philips MIll, New Hope, PA. )

2003 Juried National exhibition ( Philips Mill, New Hope, PA ) 3rd place

2004 Juried National exhibition ( Philips Mill , New Hope, PA) 2nd place

2005 Juried National exhibition ( Prallsville Mill, Stockton, NJ) 1st place

2009 Porter Gallery (Hamilton, NY )

2010 Copius show ( Salt Art Gallery, Phila. PA, )

2012 Erotic show ( Parlor Gallery, NJ)

2012 Munson Williams Proctor Art Museum 61st CNY show (Utica, NY)

2013 Dark was the night show ( Parlor Gallery, NJ )

2013 Members show New Hope Arts Center ( New Hope, PA )

2014 Jackson Junge Gallery/ Eat, Drink and be Merry (Chicago, IL)

Publications/ published

Camera Arts Magazine international showcase edition 2007 nov./dec.

New Art International book/magazine 2008-2009 edition

 

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