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Inscapes, an international online solo watercolor painting exhibition by Robert Mejer, opens on September 15 and will continue through October 15, 2022.
In his own words, Robert is "a Geometric Abstract Intimist that operates out of a collage-space tradition. His watercolors emanate from small 6” x 4” paper collages and he expresses various emotional situations using a layering process in order to create visual drama-via opposites, that equates to the pulse of life! He agrees with Kandinsky that the circle is the most peaceful shape and that it represents the human soul. His work tries to PRESENT (inside to out) rather than REPRESENT (outside to in)".
Visit this unique exhibition and walk into Robert's world at https://www.exhibizone.com/inscapes-exhibition
ROBERT LEE MEJER is Distinguished Professor of Art/Gray Gallery Curator (Founder 1968-) at Quincy University, where he serves as Art Program Coordinator. He holds a M.F.A. from Miami University of Ohio, a B.S. in Art/Art Education from Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana and signature charter membership in Watercolor U.S.A. Honor Society (WHS), International Society of Experimental Artists (ISEA/Master Fellowship), National Watercolor Society (NWS), and in Transparent W/C Society of America (TWSA, Master Status).
He has presented over 65 one-man exhibitions, and his works have been selected for exhibition in over 500-juried competitions. His watercolors were included in the ISEA/NWS Wales Exchange Exhibition 2013-2014, Shenzhen Watercolor Biennial China 2013-2014 and the Fabriano Aquerelle Exhibition 2016, 17,18, 19 Italy. His monotypes were also included in a 1978-80 Smithsonian Institution Traveling Show entitled “New American Monotypes. Mejer celebrated his 50-Year Retrospective at the Quincy Art Center in April 2018. See YouTube-Bob Mejer, retrospective. Mejer is listed in “Who’s Who in American Art” and “Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers.”
Mejer’s work and technique have been featured in Julia Ayres book Monotype: Mediums and Methods for Painterly Printmaking; Nita Leland, Exploring Color; Betty Lou Schlemm, Abstracts in Watercolor; Mark Mehaffey, Creative Watercolor Workshop; Mary Ann Beckwith, Creative Watercolor; Rachel Rubin Wolf, Splash 11: New Directions, Sue St. John, A Walk Into Abstracts, Vo. 2-ebook & 2015-Journeys to Abstraction 2, and Rachel Rubin Wolf, Splash Retrospective-20 Years of Contemporary Watercolor Excellence.