Elizabeth Phelps Meyer

Elizabeth Phelps Meyer has been a student of Buddhism for over twenty years and has studied and practiced in Burma, Nepal, and the USA. Her stop-motion video work has been featured at Real Art Ways in Hartford, CT, as part of her solo show, Metanoia (2015-16). It screened at the 2015 Glovebox Film Festival, and at The Force of Stillness: Embodying Meditation in Creative Practice (curated by Amber Bemak) at the Rubin Museum of Art in New York City in 2016, at the June 2018 NYC premiere at The Cell of her husband, Howard Meyer’s, play Paint Made Flesh, and upcoming in October, 2018 as part of Tech Effect at the Cornell Museum of Art in Delray Beach, Florida. Ms. Meyer’s upcoming solo exhibition, Each Day, Water: A Monument for the Water Protectors of Standing Rock and Beyond, opening October 2, 2018 at Art Centro in Poughkeepsie, NY, received a Project Grant through the New York State Decentralization Arts Grant Program administered through Arts Mid-Hudson. Ms. Meyer holds an MFA in Visual Arts from the School of Art + Design at Purchase College, SUNY. The artist will donate 100% of funds raised from Each Day, Water to the Mní Wičhóni Nakíčižin (Defenders of the Water School) for children at the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, which started at the Oceti Sakowin Prayer Camp.