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Brother Mel Meyer Furniture

Brother Mel Meyer's studio was in St. Louis but sold his work throughout the world. The book, Brother Mel: A Lifetime of Making Art, was released in 2009 by Anne Brown. Mel Meyer became Brother Mel when he joined the Marianist order in 1948. Well-educated (he got a master's in fine art from Notre Dame) and well-traveled (he studied and traveled extensively in Europe), Meyer became the first Marianist to take on art as a vocation, in the late 60s. His constantly evolving technique has included countless combinations of watercolor, oil painting, metal sculpture and various other media, utilized to create both abstract and figurative work.

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Creator: Brother Mel Meyer
Artist Brother Mel Meyer's Homage to Alexander Calder 11/11/76 Chair Sculpture
By Brother Mel Meyer, (after) Alexander Calder
Located in St. Louis, MO
Artist and Monk Brother Mel Meyer (June 5, 1928-October 12, 2013). Homage to artist Alexander Calder on the day he died November 11. 1976. This color...
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1970s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Brother Mel Meyer Furniture

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Cut Steel

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