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Painter David Dornan's 2017 exhibition featured in June 2017 Southwest Art magazine

May 24, 2017

David Dornan's 2017 exhibition at Meyer Gallery is being featured Soutwest Art Magazine's June 2017 issue. 

The article contains an interview with the artist, and a few images of paintings that will be featured in his June 16, 2017 opening reception for his solo exhibition at Meyer Gallery.

Follow the links in this news update to view the article in Soutwest Art Magazine, and to view his exhibition works on our website.





Suchitra Bhosle Solo Exhibition May 26 - June 1, 2017 - Digital exhibition catalogue

May 18, 2017

Suchitra Bhosle  Solo Exhibition  May 26 - June 1, 2017

Artist Reception May 26, 2017 5 - 7 PM at Meyer Gallery

Enjoy the digital exhibition catalogue by clicking the following the link: Suchitra Bhosle  2017 solo exhibition catalogue


Ken Daggett "Rio Grande Country" Solo Exhibition May 12 - May 24, 2017 - Digital exhibition catalogue

April 26, 2017

Ken Daggett "Rio Grande Country" Solo Exhibition May 12 - May 24, 2017

Artist Reception May 12, 2017 5 - 7 PM at Meyer Gallery

Enjoy the digital exhibition catalogue by clicking the following the link: Ken Daggett "Rio Grande Country" May 12, 2017 solo exhibition


"The Wright Brothers" - Gary Lee Price releases latest sculpture in the "Great Contributors" series!

February 27, 2017



Reaching For The Skies

I have always been absolutely fascinated with Orville and Wilbur Wright and astounded how these two tightly knit brothers changed the course of history and how they were able to finally ‘crack the nut’ that had mankind earthbound for centuries! Of course we all know that ideas and inventions build upon each other, but it was these two very unassuming Dayton, Ohio bicycle shop owners, with their practical knowledge of maneuverability and ‘control’, who surpassed all the previous dreamers and predecessors! To get aloft was one feat – to have CONTROL was truly the critical factor. Their ingenious idea of ‘wing warping’ was applied to not only turning the airborne craft on a three axis concept, but also in its actual propulsion through the air as well. For those reasons, I chose to depict Orville and Wilbur very approachable and ‘grounded’ on and near their bench, yet both airborne in their thoughts and vision for the future!

The 8.5 ft. propeller that Wilbur holds was masterfully hand carved out of spruce and weighed a mere 6 pounds, yet the two props provided enough thrust (90 lbs.) to get the 1903, 605 lb., 40 foot wingspan, biplane off the ground for hundreds of feet that epic December day.

No longer would mankind merely walk the earth.

From that day forward not even our earth’s atmosphere would limit our reach! The Wright brothers – masters of ingenuity and truly, ‘GREAT CONTRIBUTORS’!

Click here to view The Wright Brothers and click here to view the entire collection of Monumental Sculpture by Gary Price.


A new website featuring a lifetime of artwork from Robert Daughters

February 1, 2017


Meyer Gallery has created a special website to honor the late artist Robert Daughters.


In an effort to create a comprehensive online catalog of the artist’s work, please provide Meyer Gallery with a digital image of your Robert Daughters painting to be placed on the new website.


Daniel Gerhartz featured on Jan-Feb 2017 cover of Fine Art Connoisseur magazine

January 26, 2017

Meyer Gallery is honored to announce that our renown figurative painter, Daniel Gerhartz, is being featured on Jan-Feb 2017 cover of Fine Art Connoisseur magazine.

View the cover image online here


Proudly Representing Sergio Bustamante

January 23, 2017

Meyer Gallery is the largest dealer in the United States of internationally acclaimed artist Sergio Bustamante. With over 1000 available sculptures to purchase in either bronze or resin, and with some pieces available to ship immediately, let Meyer Gallery be your number one source to acquire and collect this amazing artist's work.

SERGIO BUSTAMANTE HONORED AT THE 2011 PAN AMERICAN GAMES   The Pan-American Games is a major sporting event in the Americas featuring summer sports, in which thousands of athletes participate in a variety of competitions. The competition is held among athletes from nations of the Americas. The closing ceremony of the Pan American Games takes place after all sporting events have concluded. The ceremonies begin with the host nation introducing itself with artistic displays of dance and theater representative of its culture. In the 2011 games Mexico was the host country, and the event was held in Guadalajara. Closing ceremony performances, paid tribute to Sergio Bustamante. Please click the link below to view the ceremony.

Segio Bustamante's 2011 Pan American Games closing ceremony



View a video exhibition of the new body of Daniel Gerhartz paintings!

July 8, 2016

View a video exhibition of the new body of Daniel Gerhartz paintings for his upcoming show, To Capture Beauty!

Click here to view Daniel Gerhartz – “To Capture Beauty” July 8, 2016 exhibition video


Give the Gift of Art

December 15, 2014

This Holiday Season "Give the Gift of Art". Click here to view our holiday email.

New Dave McGary Lifesize Sculpture Arrival!

February 1, 2013

Meyer Gallery has just installed a new Dave McGary Lifesize sculpture in our sculpture garden! 

Dave McGary's Emergence of the Chief was installed this February. A large truck with a crane was used to position the artwork onto it's custom-built base. The snowy weather did not dicorage the installation of this beautiful artwork. We look forward to sharing this wonderful sculpture as part of the experience of visiting Meyer Gallery.

Please, stop in, see the new McGary sculpture and say hello!