Bernard C. Meyers (b.1955) is an American abstract contemporary artist. With an MFA from Rochester Institute of Technology in traditional printmaking the work explores the intersections of photographic realism and abstract expressionism. His work has been featured in gallery, museum and institutional solo exhibitions in addition to numerous group shows throughout his career. His work is held in museum, library and private collections nationwide. He is an artist within Utah DeMarcation Portfolio of Contemporary Photography published by Granary Arts, 2019. In 2021-2022 he is an artist in residence at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art for 2021 & 2022. 2023 Monson Arts Abbott Watts Resident for Photography

Bernard C. Meyers is recognized internationally as an artist, educator and master printer. His limited edition digital archival pigment prints are elegant, rich with detail and highly collectable. Throughout the years as a renaissance printmaker he has created significant artworks with stone lithography, etching, dye transfer, gelatin silver and color darkroom processes.

To acquire prints; Please email or call, studio@bernardcmeyers.com  207•650•3989

Images are available for Licensing. Pricing is dependent upon usage.

Commissions are welcome please contact me

 

Print Sales / Limited Editions

Multiple limited edition of 5 with an artist proof, state proof and a Bon å Tier held by artist.

57"x38" image on 44” X 66”.
18”x27” image on 24”x32”
13.3"x24" image on 18"x24"
9"x13.5" image on 11.5"x17"

Pricing varies according to size.

All prints are made by the artist, a master printer trained in silver darkroom photographic and the traditional printmaking arts and contemporary digital processes.

Prior to 2018 some editions are larger most are printed on demand, so actual prints are limited.

Prints are Archival Pigment on archival Hahnemuhle Etching papers and Canson Plantine Fibre Rag

News, Anouncements

I am very pleased to be part of the artist in residence program at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art. I am making good progress on the Salt Lake City project. The newest are often posted on Instagram, @bernardcmeyers The show will open at the museum on August 12, Through October 1st.

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 Bernard C. Meyers (b.1955) is an American abstract contemporary artist. With an MFA from Rochester Institute of Technology in traditional printmaking the work explores the intersections of photographic realism and abstract expressionism. His work has been featured in gallery, museum and institutional solo exhibitions in addition to numerous group shows throughout his career. His work is held in museum, library and private collections nationwide. He is an artist within Utah DeMarcation Portfolio of Contemporary Photography published by Granary Arts, 2019. In 2021-2022 he is an artist in residence at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art for 2021 & 2022. 2023 Monson Arts Abbott Watts Resident for Photography

Bernard C. Meyers is recognized internationally as an artist, educator and master printer. His limited edition digital archival pigment prints are elegant, rich with detail and highly collectable. Throughout the years as a renaissance printmaker he has created significant artworks with stone lithography, etching, dye transfer, gelatin silver and color darkroom processes.

To acquire prints; Please email or call, studio@bernardcmeyers.com  207•650•3989

Images are available for Licensing. Pricing is dependent upon usage.

Commissions are welcome please contact me

 

Print Sales / Limited Editions

Multiple limited edition of 5 with an artist proof, state proof and a Bon å Tier held by artist.

57"x38" image on 44” X 66”.
18”x27” image on 24”x32”
13.3"x24" image on 18"x24"
9"x13.5" image on 11.5"x17"

Pricing varies according to size.

All prints are made by the artist, a master printer trained in silver darkroom photographic and the traditional printmaking arts and contemporary digital processes.

Prior to 2018 some editions are larger most are printed on demand, so actual prints are limited.

Prints are Archival Pigment on archival Hahnemuhle Etching papers and Canson Plantine Fibre Rag