Gray Marble Stone Sculpture
HP Meyer works in stone, bronze and cast paper. The stone pieces are hand carved and unique. The cast bronze sculptures are limited editions and are cast utilizing the lost wax process by the Santa Fe Bronze Foundry.
Meyer is a mechanical design engineer turned sculptor who has been producing sculptures professionally for more than thirty years, devoting full time to this career since 1970.
He first exhibited his stone sculpture in 1966 and for the next four or five years entered his work in many local, regional, and international juried shows, winning several awards. Because of the demand in more recent years, he has been devoting his time to completion of large sculptures in stone - commissioned through architects and to producing for gallery sales.
He is a past member of the State Board of Directors of the Texas Society of Sculptors; as well as a member of other art groups. His work has been exhibited by the National Sculpture Society in New York; the International Drawing and Small Sculpture Exhibition; Del Mar College in Corpus Christi; the Institute of Texan Cultures, San Antonio; the Abilene Fine Arts Museum, Abilene; Saint Mary's University, San Antonio; the Art League in Beaumont; The San Antonio Art League; the Jewish Community Center, San Antonio; and The Texas Society of Sculptors State Exhibitions in Houston, Austin, and many others.
Nearly two hundred of his bronze and stone sculptures and over six hundred of his cast paper sculptures are in corporate and private collections throughout the United States and in Mexico and Japan.