Great Pyramid (Schoodic Clouds II)
oil on canvas
Recent Exhibitions & Other Developments
UPCOMING January 2019: Work included in Kutztown University Faculty Biennial, Miller Gallery, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania.
October 2018: Work exhibited and added to the collection of the Munakata Shiko Memorial Museum of Art in Aomori, Japan.
October 2018: Work included in “MAPS 2018 Printmaking Series” Lord Hall Gallery, University of Maine, Orono, Maine.
October 2018: Work included in "Tap Root- invitational group show of New England artists" at George Marshall Store Gallery, York, Maine
August 2018: Teaching Foundations and Figure Drawing at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
March 2018: Work included in "Narrative Landscapes" group show at Elizabeth Moss Gallery, Falmouth, Maine.
September 2017: Appointed to the Monhegan Artist Residency Board of Directors
March 2017: Solo Exhibition at Elizabeth Moss Gallery, Falmouth, Maine. Titled, "Under a Northern Sky: Nathaniel Meyer"
Review of Under a Northern Sky in Maine Sunday Telegram, 3/19/17
October 2016: Work included in "Monsters", UMVA group show, Portland, Maine
August 2015: Solo Exhibition at Elizabeth Moss Gallery, Falmouth, Maine. Titled, "Rockbound: Recent Narrative Landscapes by Nathaniel Meyer"
August 2015: Artist Residency (with Matthew Meyer), Hewnoaks Artist Colony, Lovell, Maine
July 2015: Artist in Residence, Monhegan Island, Maine
June 2015: Featured in Artscope Magazine "Once in a great while we encounter a single piece of art that makes us forget where we are and become completely immersed in the work at hand. Our senses become stunned and we find ourselves rapt in attention as all the mundane minutia of time and place become absent. Such was the case the first time I encountered the marvelous triptych of Portland artist Nathaniel Meyer."
May 2015: Spring Exhibition. Black Hole Gallery, Rockland, Maine
October 2014: 'Art in Nature'. Elizabeth Moss Gallery, Falmouth Maine
August 2014: Whitney Artworks Redux, Portland Maine
July 2014: Boston Young Contemporaries, 808 Gallery, Boston University
June 2014: MFA Graduate Exhibition, Lesley University College of Art &