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There was a gallery...
Ilene Meyer's work was carried by the Stetter Gallery in Phoenix in the 1990s, but the gallery has since closed. I have two of her oil on linen paintings that my father purchased there during that time, but I am not aware of any other galleries that have carried her work since.
Ilene Meyer's friend
growing up as a kid i used to mow the lawn for ilene i saw alot of her work there at her house she would go out 1 time a year and sell stuff i did not bug her about painting she would say people wanted to get close to her but she was very quiet i just found her business card she gave me its very rare i will never let it go.
William J. Askew IV
Ilene Meyer ( L. I. Meyer ) Seattle, WA
Only today did I learn of her passing. A very dear old friend of mine I discoverer her talent in miniature still life paintings back in the early 1970's. My agency "Karma Art" was then producing events and shows representing young artists like Cedric Itor, Ilene Meyer and many others from Seattle to San Diego. Ilene had an undeniable talent and endless devotion to her painting which grew to professional recognition thru that exciting decade. As one of Karma Art's principle artists L I Meyer was very well received in prominent venues and media such as juried art exhibitions, one man shows, gallery invitational showings, individual exibition at the "National Gallery" and "International Art News" magazine. By 1980 her somewhat meteoric rise had only begun. Later When Mt. Saint Helens erupted I decided to sell my business and move to California.
Admiring her work we kept in touch for a number of years. Personally I am truly saddend by her loss, a wonderful friend and a very accomplished woman.
ilene meyer painting
is anyone aware of a gallery specializng in her work?