Patrick Meyer graduated from the Art Institute in Paris (Ecole des Beaux Arts in Saint-Germain-des-Prés) in the early 1980s. Following graduation he created a line of contemporary sterling silver jewelry that he sold via fashion boutiques and galleries throughout France. Simultaneously, he collaborated in jewelry and accessories design with famous fashion houses such as Guy Laroche and Paco Rabanne.
In the early 1990s, Patrick moved to San Francisco, California, where he created Patrick Meyer Studio. He designed an entire line of pewter ware such as flatware, serving pieces, dishes, and home accessories. His work appears in various galleries and museum stores throughout the United States. In the early 2000s, Patrick complemented his tabletop pieces with a new line of contemporary pewter Judaica which can be found in major Judaica and synagogue shops nationwide.
In 2013, in a new Palm Springs-area studio, Patrick redirected his artistic expression to a totally different art form: two-dimensional, mixed-media, hanging wall pieces. Nature, primitive art, and modern art inspire his creations. His aesthetic emphasizes pure and organic lines which incorporate industrial and ethnic styles. Patrick’s new work consists of a composite of diverse raw materials such as wood, metal, stone, glass, clay, and painted mastic, depicting a mosaic of textured strata and endless architectural landscape.