Featured Artist: Nathaniel Meyer!

Nocturne by Nathaniel Meyer 20×16″ Oil

Fabulous, right? I love the subject matter in this painting, the large (very cool!) moon, the stunning trees with a life of their own, the moonlight on the water. I want to be right there, perhaps sitting on that big rock, absorbing the silence, watching for a fish to jump.

Nocturne was painted by Nathaniel Meyer, a Portland, ME based artist with quite an eye. I ran across his work via the Elizabeth Moss Gallery website. Beautiful paintings, so full of color and life! Nathaniel has a style all his own and it’s fabulous. I urge you to take a peek. These are paintings that tell stories – oh, the stories I could tell just by looking at them!

“Nocturne” is included in the “Aestival: Sun Drawing Water” Exhibit at the Elizabeth Moss Gallery in Falmouth, Maine – this exhibit runs through April 3, 2021. If you’re in the area… don’t miss it!

See more of work via these links:

Website  |  Instagram  | CV


“Nathaniel Meyer is an artist based in Portland, Maine. Recipient of the 2015 Monhegan Artists Residency on Monhegan Island, Maine, he has exhibited his work nationally and internationally. Recent shows include a solo exhibition titled, ‘Aestival: Sun Drawing Water’ currently up at Elizabeth Moss Gallery in Falmouth, Maine, and a group exhibition this past fall at the Page Gallery in Camden, Maine. Nathaniel Meyer’s work was exhibited and added to the permanent collection of the Munakata Shiko Memorial Museum of Art in Aomori, Japan. Nathaniel received a BFA in painting from Boston University School of Fine Arts and earned his MFA in visual arts from Lesley University College of Art and Design.

In addition to painting, Nathaniel records and performs traditional string band music with Matt Meyer and the Gumption Junction and teaches Drawing, Design, and Color Theory at the University of North Georgia.”


✍️ Until next time!

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