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Terry Meyer

Terry Meyer is a self-taught artist. Originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he now lives and paints in Eau Claire, at his Five Mile Creek Studio. He has worked with several mediums, including silk screening, wood sculpture, clay, oils and acrylics. He currently works exclusively in watercolors.

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    *Artist: Terry Meyer

    Terry Meyer is a self-taught artist. Originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he now lives and paints in Eau Claire. He has worked with several mediums, including silk screening, wood sculpture, clay, oils and acrylics. He currently works exclusively in watercolors.
    His passion is for a bolder, edgier style of watercolor: a style that gives motion to all subject matter. Nature is the inspiration from which Terry’s work evolves. It is the assimilation of this spirit – energy and movement – that makes his work so unique. This fluid, open style respects the medium of watercolor, never forcing it to be anything else. His art reflects the interpretation of the energy and motion that is in everything around us. As Terry says, “Water always finds a way, whether it’s in a stream, running down a mountainside, or flowing across a sheet of paper.”

    Skittish | 24 x 46 | Watercolor | Framed
    Available | Hudson, WI Gallery

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    Close Quarters

    Close Quarters | 11.5 x 15.5 | Watercolor, Framed
    at the Woodbury, MN Gallery

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  • Out of the Earth

    Out of the Earth


    Out of the Earth | 26 x 40 | Watercolor Framed
    at the Hudson, WI Gallery

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  • Running Red

    Running Red


    Running Red | 23 x 40 | Oil
    at the Hudson, WI Gallery

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  • Skittish by Terry Meyer, 24x46 Watercolor

    Skittish

    Skittish| 24 x 46 | Watercolor, Framed
    at the Woodbury, MN Gallery

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  • Sunset-on-a-Ledge-web

    Sunset on a Ledge

    Sunset on a Ledge | 19 x 29 | Watercolor Framed
    at the Woodbury, MN Gallery


    Terry Meyer is a self-taught artist. Originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he now lives and paints in Eau Claire. He has worked with several mediums, including silk screening, wood sculpture, clay, oils and acrylics. He currently works exclusively in watercolors.
    His passion is for a bolder, edgier style of watercolor: a style that gives motion to all subject matter. Nature is the inspiration from which Terry’s work evolves. It is the assimilation of this spirit – energy and movement – that makes his work so unique. This fluid, open style respects the medium of watercolor, never forcing it to be anything else. His art reflects the interpretation of the energy and motion that is in everything around us. As Terry says, “Water always finds a way, whether it’s in a stream, running down a mountainside, or flowing across a sheet of paper.”

    Artist's Collection



  • Terry Meyer- Three Running Horses, Watercolor

    Three Running Horses

    Three Running Horses | 40×26 | Watercolor | Framed
    Available | Hudson, WI Gallery


    Terry Meyer is a self-taught artist. Originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he now lives and paints in Eau Claire. He has worked with several mediums, including silk screening, wood sculpture, clay, oils and acrylics. He currently works exclusively in watercolors.
    His passion is for a bolder, edgier style of watercolor: a style that gives motion to all subject matter. Nature is the inspiration from which Terry’s work evolves. It is the assimilation of this spirit – energy and movement – that makes his work so unique. This fluid, open style respects the medium of watercolor, never forcing it to be anything else. His art reflects the interpretation of the energy and motion that is in everything around us. As Terry says, “Water always finds a way, whether it’s in a stream, running down a mountainside, or flowing across a sheet of paper.”

    Artist's Collection


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