American 1948 -
Layne Richard Meacham was born in Murray, Utah in 1948. An abstract painter, he uses mixed media, oil, or acrylics to paint his large-scale canvases. He lives in Salt Lake City, Utah.
As a young man, Meacham studied with David Chaplin. He also took classes at the Finch Lane Art Gallery from 1963 to 1967. He also studied at the Salt Lake Art Center, the University of Utah, and Westminster College where Don Doxey was one of his instructors (1973–74).
Meacham paints daily in his Sugarhouse studio. Reframing (2000) and Near Kanab Canyon (1994) are examples of his work. Seder (1991) is part of the Springville Museum of Art's permanent collection.
Source: Utah Artists Project at U of U