Meyers approaches her design and craftsmanship with a purity that resonates throughout her work. It may be seen in the details and quality of her pieces, and experienced as an aesthetic element when they are worn.
Meyers's work involves a variety of techniques, including cutting, hydraulic press and/or die forming, mill rolling, soldering, oxidizing, depletion gilding to reveal the purest silver color, or utilizing the keum bo technique. She is proficient with vitreous, kiln-fired enamels, often under-firing them for a "sugar" texture, or sifting the enamel and "painting" her designs with the resultant fine grains.
Meyers has a bachelor's degree in design and tailoring from Texas Tech and a master of fine arts degree from Cranbrook Academy. She has furthered her learning in workshops with Andy Cooperman, Pat Flynn, Micki Lippe, Sarah Perkins, and Linda Darty. She continues her learning process with daily work in her studio.
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- Exhibitions & Awards
Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered, Seattle, Washington, Facere Jewelry Art Gallery, 2016
Signs of Life, Seattle, Washington, Facere Jewelry Art Gallery, 2014
International Enamel Traveling Exhibition, US Enamelist's Society, Memphis, Tennessee, National Ornamental Metal Museum, 2011
Colors of COMA Colorado Metalsmith's Association Exhibition, Salida, Colorado, Salida, Colorado, 2011
Washington State Enamelist's Exhibition, Seattle, Washington, Seattle, Washington, 2011
Pacific Northwest Arts and Crafts Fair, Bellevue, Washington, Bellevue, Washington, 1977 and '79
Snow Goose Gallery two person show, Port Townsend, Washington, Snow Goose Gallery, 1976
Brown Bag Gallery one person show, Port Townsend, Washington, Brown Bag Gallery, 1975