Childhood in Sun And Shadow

The Art Scene
James Meyer hanging pieces at The Tremaine Gallery. Photo by Marsden Epworth

James Meyer’s art is about the 1960s childhood he remembers from growing up on Long Island. It is filled with sun and shadow, innocence and menace. His suburbia is a world of false promises and unfulfilled dreams, a redoubt against the world outside and the dangers of growing up.

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