Monthly Archives: March 2012

Simple studio improvement!

I have been anti easels for years. In graduate school, everyone painted directly on the wall. It made so much sense, because it didn’t take up any room in your […]

100 Under 100: The New Superstars of Southern Art

“Karen Ann Myers is a skilled painter who has created an impressive body of work that explores what it means to be a young woman, circa 2012. Her slim female […]

My Favorite Stuffed Animal

Earlier this month, I was featured in Charlie Magazine’s 50 Most Progressive Issue. Sully Sullivan was given the assignment of photographing me for the inaugural issue. It was such an […]

Deco Diamonds

I just finished the under-painting for this piece (oil on canvas, 60″ x 36″) that uses a fabulous Art Deco diamond pattern. The painting still has a ton of work […]

A Contemporary Renaissance

“Karen Ann Myers, Assistant Director of the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art at the College of Charleston, sleeps, eats & breathes art. Before she was an artist she was a […]

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