I have been an artist for all of my adult life.
I approach paints, pigments and brushes as energetic magical objects, materials with which I can bring forth images and objects into manifestation in the everyday world. I'm constantly creating new work so please visit often and feel free to contact me if you have questions.
Why I Make Art:
I make art about things that I would like to SEE. I indulge my imagination through the study of mythology, cosmology, occultism, metaphysics, science, religion, meditation, and dreams. I am constantly made aware of connections and perceptions that suggest a singularity of all these fields of knowledge.
What Makes My Art Different?
My art is inspired by dreams and my own inner visions. I strive to create for the viewer an experience that transcends the mundane everyday world. I create imagery that makes visually tangible what can only be explored when the viewer allows their consciousness the freedom to embrace a visual vocabulary of what is otherwise the UNSEEN. This kind of imagery has been known by many different labels: visionary, psychedelia, surreal, metaphysical. My unique style while containing elements that are "psychedelic", is clearly an artistic expression that transcends simple categorization.
What Dose My Art Offer:
The images I create provide for the viewer however momentarily it might seem, a window or a door into a space that is both strange yet also oddly familiar. Because my art defies easy categorization, it invites curiosity and reflection. These responses can lead the viewer into new and unexplored realms within their own interior worlds of the soul.
My art studio has been designated as a "Trusted Art Seller" with The Art Storefronts Organization, which means you can shop with confidence, and know that I stand behind the quality and value of my work.
Professor of Art & Design, 1997-2021. San Jacinto College / Central Campus,
Instructor of Fine Arts, 1993-1997 Texas Southern University,
Art Director, 1991-1993 Eagle Engineering,
Technical Illustrator, 1986-1991 Lockheed Engineering,
I have been a college art and design professor since 1993. I have also worked as an art director and illustrator with several NASA contractors over the years. I completed my Master of Fine Arts Degree in Visual Communications from the University of Houston in 1987. I served as an artist advisor to The Arts Alliance Center of Clear Lake.
Thank you for visiting Mark C. Myers Fine Art and Wearable Art!
Please, feel free to contact me if you have any questions. My work is available for purchase.
I respond to all inquiries such as recommendations on shipping options, print sizes, media types, framing options, etc.