“The original starting point for this piece embraced the concept of an egg in a womb, and evolved to become a structure of generation. Imposing and indestructible steel becomes a symbol of the power of this, as the surrounding shell connects, through sinew, light waves and other natural forces, creating ‘seeds’ that become additional viable life forms. The center sphere represents the essence of life, and its continuity.“
Originally from Milwaukee, Terry Meyer now lives and paints at his Five Mile Creek Studio in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. He has painted all his life and has also worked in a variety of other mediums including wood, clay and steel. His current focus is on watercolor and oil. Meyer has won numerous awards as he participates in shows across the country, and often donates his work to community organizations. He has many individual and corporate patrons across the country as well as representation in many fine art galleries.