4/13/13 Collaboration work with artist Mark Warren Jacques for his show, "Small in a Big Way" at White Walls Gallery, San Francisco
3/2/13 Congratulations to Aimee Belden for winning my Facebook jewelry giveaway! Facebook
3/2/13 Upcoming group exhibit with new work: "Tarot: Art of Fortune" exhibit at with Warholian.com and Modern Eden Gallery, San Francisco March 16th.
2/10/13 Neon sign for Speakeasy Brewery Tap Room and Beer Week, San Francisco!
3/16/13: 'Tarot: Art of Fortune" Modern Eden Gallery and Warholian.com, San Francisco
2/10/13: Speakeasy Brewery, Beer Week San Francisco exhibiting original neon work.
11/10/12: OM Records and Erik Otto "Days End" exhibiting original neon work
4/28/12: 'Future Sailor ' solo exhibition with LeBasse Projects, Los Angeles
2/1/12: 'In Other Words" group exhibition with Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco
1/14/12: 'Dunce Love' - a 3 month neon window installation and commission for Madrone Art Bar, Divisadero, San Francisco
Describe your art in three words.
"Inquisitive, scientific, and humorous."
What’s your biggest art-related accomplishment?
"Having my neon work at the same art fair as Joseph Kosuth’s."
WARHOLIAN: Meryl Pataky Reveals "Future Sailor At LeBasse Projects
Meryl Pataky is an artist unlike so many we know. She strives in concept and technical form, with a wide range of skills that encompass working in neon, copperplate, and paper making. Her work is often introspective, and most definitely bold.
In her latest show ‘Future Sailor’ at Lebasse Projects in Chinatown (Los Angeles) she takes us on a trip through both the internal and external cosmos. Pataky’s work is on a museum contemporary level, while utilizing materials and ideas that have yet to be explored fully in the world of art and culture.
COMPLEX MAGAZINE: Meryl Pataky's 'Future Sailor' Exhibition At LeBasse Projects
With a cheeky sense of humor, San Francisco-based Meryl Pataky creates amazing neon works and sculptures of found objects. Her latest collection of new pieces makes up the exhibition Future Sailor, which opened yesterday at LeBassee Projects Chinatown LA space. Themes of love and death are most prevalent.
Sneak Peak of 'Future Sailor' by Platinum Cheese
On April 28th, LeBasse Projects in Chinatown will debut ‘Future Sailor’, a solo exhibition by San Francisco based artist, Meryl Pataky.