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Issue 2: March 2020
Visual Arts: Digital Prints [R]
By Mark Meyer

Two Artworks

 

Bon Vivant, 2009 digital pigment print by Mark Meyer Bon Vivant (2009)

Digital pigment print on Hahnemuhle paper

Copyright © 2009 by Mark Meyer / 3dotstudio. All rights reserved.
Reproduced here with artist’s permission.



Pleiomorphic, 2010 digital pigment print by Mark Meyer
Pleiomorphic (2010)

Digital pigment print on Hahnemuhle paper

Copyright © 2010 by Mark Meyer / 3dotstudio. All rights reserved.
Reproduced here with artist’s permission.

Mark Meyer
Issue 2, March 2020

Contemporary visual artist and retired educator Mark Meyer lives in the Seattle area and describes himself this way: “ex-scientist/ quasi-artist/ semi-poet/ pseudo-guitarist/ meta-misanthrope.” Now in his seventh decade, he was a neurobiologist in a prior lifetime long ago—and still really misses looking through microscopes.

His recent paintings, drawings, and digital prints continue his interest in pattern-driven compositions, richly detailed, leaving almost no space unaddressed. As he says, “...there are no big plans or schemes in my work... it’s simply enough to find out where these individual small ‘experiments’ lead me.” His artworks are inspired by scientific, societal, psychological, and theological considerations, reflecting the complex and frenetic condition of our contemporary culture.

More on the Web: By, About, and Beyond

Featured Works by Mark Meyer at Davidson Galleries (Seattle, Washington)

Works by Mark Meyer in Issue 1.8 (29 August 2019) and Issue 1.6 (27 May 2019) of Human/Kind Journal

 
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