New York City #6006a
“My intent is to explore uncommon collisions of color and form, scale and movement. I want to rattle the bones of a building, shake common perceptions of concrete reality. I want the temporal elements shifting between both the original architecture and my imagination. I see immense possibilities dividing line, pattern and color. all potential new visual possibilities. The division of line is paramount. The original geometric intentions of structure degrade, line will wander and divide, spaces and color create new context. These images create a world off kilter, where conventional space is fraught; as if caught between positive ends of magnets.” – Bernard C. Meyers
- Archival Pigment print on 24" x 32" Hanumule Etching paper
- Image size - 17" x 25.5"
- Date of image creation - 2019
- Signed by artist
- Certificate of Authenticity
- Artist information card
- Image rolled and shipped in an archival tube
BFA 1977, MFA 1990
Bernard Meyers is a contemporary abstract artist who creates works on paper. His art practice draws on his experience as a traditional printmaker to create limited edition archival pigment prints that express his dedication to quality craft and his modern painterly vision. His abstract sensibilities and desire for exploration and visual surprise is evident within all of his imagery.