Several works of Quincy University’s Robert Lee Mejer, distinguished professor of art, have been selected for international, national and statewide exhibitions. Mejer was invited (for the 3rd consecutive time), as one of 30 American Watercolorists, to exhibit his watercolor “Variant: Pinkscape” in the International Fabriano in Watercolor 2018 Exhibition in conjunction with the International Fabriano (Italy) in Acquarello Convention. Artists from 50 countries will be participating in this event, which will be held May 3-7, 2018 in Fabriano, Italy with the exhibition running from April through May 15, 2018.
The American Artists exhibition will be showcased in the Paper Museum in Fabriano, Italy. Fabriano is the oldest continuously operating paper mill in Italy (Western World) founded in 1272.
A color portrait of the artist along with his painting in color will be reproduced and published in a 580 page catalog documenting the 2018 Fabriano Exhibition.
Mejer’s watercolors, “Jason’s Delight” and “Take PC#36” have been selected by Chief Curator Mathew Leslie of the Muckenthaler Cultural Center in Fullerton,CA and Penny Hill , Director of Exhibitions at The National Watercolor Society to be showcased in the H20MG!: Watercolors Gone Wild, A National Watercolor Society Exhibition. The exhibition will be held at the Muckenthaler Cultural Center in Fullerton, CA from February 1, 2018-April 8, 2018.
In addition, Mejer’s watercolor, “Take PC#18 Revisited” has been selected by Carolyn Baxley, Director of the Cinema Gallery, Champaign, IL to be showcased as one of 12 artists in the Downstate Watercolor Exhibition. The dates of the exhibition is March 7-April 21, 2018, with an opening reception on March 11th, from 2:00 -4:00 pm.