Jeffrey Meizlik , US
Born in Brooklyn, NY (US)
1964 - 1984 The artist was born and raised in Brooklyn, leaving the city to attend the University of Tennessee in 1964. After returning to Brooklyn he received his Masters in Fine Art at Brooklyn College, studying with Albert Terris and Philip Pearlstein. His work first was shown at the Allan Stone Gallery in New York in 1973, as well as several times later in the decade. In 1976-77 Meizlik worked as a studio assistant to Willem de Kooning. From 1979 until 1987 the artist taught sculpture at the University of Maryland in College Park. He has exhibited in both New York and Washington, DC over the past thirty years. In 1984 Meizlik appeared in a two-person show with Elaine de Kooning in the Vered Gallery in East Hampton, New York. In the Washington area he has exhibited at the Washington Project for the Arts, Salve Regina Hall at Catholic University, and, most recently, at the Arts Club of Washington.
|Last update: 19 June 2010|
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