Meira Yaer’s passion for art and bright color has permeated her career as author, lecturer, nurse and therapist.

Upon moving to the desert in 1999 the compulsion to give her artistic nature full rein was irresistible. Meira had fallen in love with the desert. A prolific body of work followed wherein she developed her own techniques for layering watercolors, tinted gels and metallics to depict fantastic desert landscapes and universal native symbols.

Meira’s imaginative approach to her subject matter is intricate and sparkles with deep color, bringing to mind mosaics of precious stones and metal. Her art has maturity and evokes a spirit of celebration. Meira’s ongoing career work in brain injury, recovery and advocacy has no doubt influenced her understanding and celebration of the valiant human spirit which carries through her art.

A sensibility in balance of color and proportion of form allow her larger pieces to translate well not only into cards and prints, a secondary market to Meira’s success in selling original works, but also into very large-scale art.

Most recently, Meira is expanding art by exploring with acrylics and metallics on larger canvas, creating art that reflects shapes, and colors through a veil of Spirit.


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