Revi Meicler's current work seeks to capture transformation and energetic movement. It is about the energy created by displacement and renewal in people as well as nature. While most of the paintings and monotypes are light and seasonal in content with titles reflecting a lightness of being, the mark making is driven by the transformative energy that is genetically imprinted on her as a descendent of many generations of immigrants and refugees; people who experienced the whirlwind feeling of displacement and responded by transforming and adapting in order to survive.
Her work is in many private collections.
She lives and works in Austin, Texas.
Wally Workman Gallery in Austin, Texas.