Meyer Lemon Designs - Fine Silk Paintings

About the Artist

Katy Meyer’s work has been described as ‘alive with color and depth.’ Nature is a favorite inspiration of this artist. Meyer says, “Nothing can compare to the light catching luminosity of the silk fiber and fun of seeing the dye spread and blend into an exciting composition. Working with color is a reward in itself; it is a way to express myself and to bring joy to others.”

As a teenager Katy won a National business competition and became an entrepreneur designing, creating and marketing her silk paintings and hand painted scarves to corporations, organizations, individual clients and retail stores. Katy Meyer’s framed silk paintings hang in office buildings, hospitals and residences. Her commissions include working with commercial interior designers, non-profit organizations, and individuals.

Commission Sampling

Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (MSPCC)

The Women’s Industrial Union
Provided hand painted silk scarves and framed paintings

SSTAR Family Health Clinic – Fall River, MA

Roger Williams Hospital, Providence, MA
Commissioned to paint a 27 foot mural in populated hospital corridor adjacent to Cafeteria.

Awards & Honors

Winner of “An Income of Her Own” National Business Competition Honored at awards ceremony in San Francisco, CA and at Harvard Business School, Cambridge, MA Participated in conferences and women’s business programs across the country. JPG Scholarship Fund for the Arts 1st place for “Excellence of composition, handling of media and creativity”

Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition (Eighth District, California)


Media Recognition

Appeared on Channel 5 CBS – TV interview at my home studio

Appeared on Channel 4 ABC – TV interview regarding my experience with AIOHO and Camp $tart Up

Articles about my work have appeared in the: Boston Globe, New York Times, Boston Herald, Lowell Sun, Concord Journal, Worcester Telegram, San Francisco Times and JUMP Magazine.

Guest on Boston’s Business radio station (WBZ) with Jeannine Graff

Guest on Dave Maynard radio talk show – Boston

The Enterprising Woman: An inspirational and informational guide for every woman starting, running or redefining her business, by Mari Florence- Warner Books

50 Great Businesses for Teens: How to Start Your Own Business and Make Big Bucks by Sarah L. Riehm - Simon & Schuster

No More Frogs to Kiss: 20 Ways to Give Economic Power to Girls by Joline Godfrey HarperCollins

Juried Shows & Exhibits

The Art Institute of Boston
Concord Art Association: Juried
Cambridge Art Association: Juried
Lincoln Library: Juried Solo Exhibit
Concord Library: Two Juried Solo Exhibit
University Place at Harvard Square, MA: Juried Exhibit

Katy Meyer Picture