Geoffrey Meredith begins his creative process with a plein air study of the scene he seeks to depict. He considers his paintings abstract due to their texture and one-dimensionality yet his work simultaneously represents familiar urban scenes and landscapes. Meredith associates his style with the Impressionists of the 19th century and the artists of the Bay Area figurative movement of the 1950s, such as Richard Diebenkorn.
Geoffrey Meredith began painting under the instruction of his mother, who was an accomplished artist with an MFA from Pratt Institute. He received his BA in Art History from Princeton and his MBA from Stanford and pursued an advertising career for thirty years. He recently made art his full time job, and has received a positive response from both his solo and group exhibitions in various venues throughout the Bay Area.