Nude in a classic pose. Sculpture-like figure with simplified features, stylized hair and marble skin. Dramatic lighting adds a sense of mystery and modernism to the scene. Created using a combination of materials and techniques. The paint was applied using a dry brush technique to render the figure while the background was painted using a combination of wet paint mixed with charcoal powder to achieve the subtle gradations in color.

- Wren Meyers

Untitled 13

Acrylic paint, charcoal on stretched canvas

Ready to hang

Signed on back

24" h x 24" w x .75" d
2 lbs. 0 oz.



Wren Meyers
Los Angeles, California

Getting to Know Wren

Wren Meyers is an artist based in the Hudson Valley of New York. He works using a hands-on "wabi-sabi" approach, a Japanese aesthetic concept in which beauty is found in imperfection. This philosophy is visible in Wren's paintings and drawings. Known for his muted, earthy color palette and expressive, free-flowing lines, Wren explores the natural beauty of the human form and its relationship to other forms in nature.