"My morning ritual is to walk out my door into the rolling hills and dairy farms of Jackson. Light – filtered through the agricultural landscape prism – creates color. Wind invites movement. And seasons change, as reflected in the broad color palette. Bails of hay punctuate this pristine vista. My work aims to capture the rich texture of Washington County. The skies, the fields, and the farms: I blend colors and create to depict the depth of beauty we locals are so fortunate to consider normal. Enter the prayer flags. As they undulate against the bucolic backdrop, my work introduces flags to integrate universal beacons of peace. We are fortunate to call this our neighborhood".
Naomi Meyer resides in the Town of Jackson. Her painting and stencil work focuses on color. Naomi served as an art teacher in the Greenwich School District and developed art curricula for the Tang Teaching Museum and The Williams College Museum of Art.