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experimental artist | mixed media, printmaking, encaustic


A member of The Gallery ABQ, Albuquerque, NM


A member of Paa-ko Fine Artists, Sandia Park, NM

Art Show & Sale: October 18–19, 2014, 11am–5pm


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I'm excited to be part of Paa-Ko Fine Artists. Mark your calendar for October 18–19 for our next show. Visit our website or follow us on Facebook.



Imprints of Home Postcard


Imprints of Home | Works on Paper | Prints + Poems II

June 6 – July 25, 2014 | Weyrich Gallery
(2935-D Louisiana NE., Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110 | 505-883-7410)

I have two prints in this show; a photogravure and a collagraph/monotype.
The opening Artist Reception is June 6th, 5-8:30pm, and includes music and poetry readings.
If you miss that, there are afternoon receptions on July 5th and 19th, from 3-6pm.




Above: “One Hundred Horses” by Trish Meyer
Collagraph, splash ink, calligraphy. ©  2014.

View "making of" photo album on Facebook.


"Resistance to Change" by Trish Meyer (digital image, thread, encaustic). 2013.


Above: "Resistance to Change" 18x18 - Digital image, thread, encaustic on board.



"Total Reach" by Trish Meyer. Photogravure and collagraph blind emboss. 2013.


Above: My print Total Reach was sold at the International Juried Printmaking Exhibition at New Grounds Print Workshop, Albuquerque. Total Reach is a combination of a photogravure and collagraph blind emboss. View online gallery of all accepted works.



Trish Meyer refers to her artistic process as “collaborating with chance.” She enjoys exploring techniques where she is not in complete control, such as monotypes, splash ink, and encaustics.


“It may be that I am inspired by the unexpected because I spend my day creating computer graphics where pixels and words are formed with a great degree of control. When I want to pamper my right brain, I retreat to my art studio (which I’ve dubbed my ‘emotional oasis’).”


Trish finds inspiration in the apparently random yet purposeful patterns found in nature – butterfly wings, forests and rock formations. Despite her love of nature, technology does find ways to creep back into her work – but rarely used in ways that it was originally intended. Her new series of mixed media and encaustics incorporates digital imagery and reflects on the complex and often chaotic relationships introduced by modern forms of communication.


Born and raised in Ireland, Celtic themes and icons as well as remnants of Irish history also emerge in her work.


Trish Meyer enjoys exploring a wide range of experimental techniques and media including encaustic, watercolor, acrylic, calligraphy, book arts and printmaking (especially collagraphs and photopolymer gravure).


View Interview with KOB Channel 4, Good Day New Mexico (Nov 2013)




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