Christopher Myers

 
 

           Christopher H Myers

                   Contact: Myers8765@gmail.com


Christopher Myers is a resident of Quincy, Massachusetts and a respected, award-winning member of the Quincy Art Association. He has won numerous awards in drawing and painting at the Quincy Arts Festival and the Marina Bay Boardwalk shows (dating from his first entry while in high school).   He attended Hamilton College with a  Studio Art Major and graduated in 2002.    Recently he completed the Illustration certificate from  the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.   He specializes in pencil drawings and oil  or acrylic paintings. He  is currently working on several commissions and a full length graphic novel called Fratricide, which depicts the combat experience of American and German brothers in WWII.


Chris’s artwork and design was honored by Massport in 2008 to be selected as one of only 24 artists statewide to be commissioned to  paint a rocking chair for Logan airport featuring famous sights and scenes of  New England.  His chair depicts an egret fishing in the shallows of Massachusetts Bay near Quincy.  Many of his drawings have been featured in Logan airport’s lobbies and passenger waiting areas. 


  With his wide ranging mastery of many media, Chris has accomplished finished artwork in an astounding array of subjects, from expressionistic animal drawings, hyper-realistic sports celebrity drawings (David Ortiz, Curt Schilling, Kevin Garnett), and  political cartoons to accurate architectural studies of Quincy‘s Thomas Crane Library.   Chris has exhibited his works at the  Crump-McCole gallery (200 Seaport Drive, Boston, Ma at the World Trade Center), Frantic Framers and Omega Realty (Quincy).    Chris is excited to begin exhibiting his work online and hopes you enjoy the selections he has made to represent his work.  Prints of Chris‘ work and the originals are available for purchase.   Chris greatly enjoys receiving requests for commissioned work such as family portraits or celebrity figures  in pencil, charcoal, and oil paint.


    Chris is currently completing his Master’s Degree in Landscape Architecture at Harvard University.   He is willing to offer consultation on landscape architecture issues to interested patrons.



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