Memories of Mexico I
2020, Mixed media on canvas, 40 x 40 x 2 in.
Revi Meicler was born in Israel and grew up in France and the United States. Impermanence was a concept that was introduced at an early age. The subsequent relocations and immersion into various cultures enforced the awareness that we live in a state of constant flux where things are ever changing, moving, beginning and ending; where impermanence is the only constant.
She is interested in creating the illusion of movement and transformation in her paintings. Her process is about letting go and reconnecting, creating and destroying, losing and finding, and most of all recognizing that the only thing that matters is the energy present during the creation; the same energy that creates and sustains us. Meicler studied business, finance, and art at the University of Houston and continued her studies at the Glassell School of Art in Houston, Texas. Her work is in private and public collections including the Prescott Hotel in San Francisco, the SAFE Alliance headquarters in Austin, and the Kendra Scott Corporate collection in Austin. In 2018 she was a finalist in the visual arts category for the Austin Critics Table Awards.