Opening for Tom Meyer’s ‘Narrative Visions’ Exhibition at Addison/Ripley

by Chris Murray on March 6, 2018

Chris Murray, Tom Meyer and Chris Addison. Photos by Carlotta Hester.

Addison/Ripley gallery in Georgetown was the place to be last Saturday evening. An overflow crowd came to enjoy the first showing ever of Tom Meyer’s remarkable paintings, organized in association with Govinda Gallery. It seemed everyone went home with one of the artist’s works. A self-taught ‘outsider’ artist, Meyer’s exhibition coincides with the National Gallery of Art’s Outliers and American Vanguard Art. A great time was had by all at the opening. The exhibition will continue through April 7th. Congratulations, Tom!

Robert Lehrman and his daughter, Juliette.

Alison Paley, Tom Meyer and Jane Cafritz.

Who is Brave, acrylic on canvas, 2017.

Bobby Meyer, proud owner of the painting R-man’s Vision, the centerpiece of Tom Meyer’s exhibition, with Govinda Gallery Director Chris Murray.

Carlotta Hester, Chris Murray, Rosemary Kilkenny, Tom Meyer and Virginia Satterley, known as ‘The Fab Five’ from their journey to Cuba together last March to explore the art scene in Havana. Photo by Maria Mariani.

Tom Meyer and ‘Uncle Don’.

Murder of Crows, acrylic on panel, 2017.

David Moran, President of the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington, and Martin’s Tavern Manager Joey Filosa.

Alternative Wonderland, acrylic on canvas, 2017.

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5 responses to “Opening for Tom Meyer’s ‘Narrative Visions’ Exhibition at Addison/Ripley”

  1. Mickey Frohm says:

    It was a wonderful evening. Tom’s multi layered work is explosive and riveting.

  2. Kosmo Vinyl says:

    This looks great, I’m headed to DC for the March For Our Lives later this month and will definitely make time to see this.

  3. Mary Catherine Beyda says:

    Love his work. Looks like it was a wonderful evening.

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  5. Ted Russell says:

    Fabulous images! I love them all.

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