Art is a vehicle for culture, self-identity, and the union of thought with feeling. My name is Marne Meisel, and I am a visual artist, art educator, museum educator, and jewelry designer. I live in New York City and attend Teachers College, Columbia University. I previously studied illustration at the School of Visual Arts. My art deals with objects that represent youth, interaction, dreams, appreciation, meticulous placement, and moving forward.
My artworks have been displayed at venues such as Macy Gallery at Columbia University, Metropolitan Museum of Art Employee Art Show, East Village Comics Sampler exhibition, and P.P.O.W. Gallery SVA Thesis Exhibition.
Recently, I have worked with the mentorship program at Free Arts, open studio program at The Noguchi Museum, family programs at The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, studio lab internship at Henry Street Settlement, student taught at Bank Street School for Children, worked in the art gallery for Artists Alliance Inc., taught classes at the YMCA, and taught a few feminist art classes at The Lower East Side Girls Club. Art is in everyday life and I appreciate being in the moment.