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David Meyer's work explores many aspects of the human condition in relationship to the physical world through his unique approach to materials and objects. His work ranges from large-scale installations to simple objects that compel the viewer to take a second look.

He has had solo exhibitions in the United States at the Turchin Art Center in North Carolina, Leedy Voulkos Art Center in Kansas City, Missouri, Greater Reston Art Center in Virginia, Birmingham-Southern College in Alabama, San Antonio College in Texas, Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts in Delaware, and The Skybox in Philadelphia where he created an installation utilizing 1000 pounds of sifted flour as part of the international contemporary art event, Philagrafika.

He was the recipient of an NEA funded fellowship from the Delaware Division of the Arts for Emerging Professional Artist. He has participated in numerous juried and curated group exhibitions venues including the Arlington Arts Center and Workhouse Art Center in Virginia, Art Museum of the Americas, Edison Place Gallery and US Botanic Garden in Washington D.C., Area 405 in Baltimore, Delaware Art Museum and Vox Populi, James Oliver Gallery, LG Tripp Gallery and Globe Dye Works in Philadelphia.

Meyer is a native of Oklahoma, where he has had two large-scale commissioned works completed in Oklahoma City. “Meeting Place Monument” located on the north mall of the State Capitol is an earthwork in honor of the thirty-six tribal governments of Oklahoma. “Oklahoma City Memorial” was commissioned by the regional Archdiocese in remembrance of the bombing victims and survivors. Currently, he lives in Delaware and is a professor at the University of Delaware and is head of the Sculpture Area in the Department of Art and Design.