Yaron Meyer (1991) is an Israeli artist living in London & Tel Aviv,
Yaron was born in Jerusalem, Israel where he Completed his BFA at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design (2018). While studying he won an excellence award to attend the Pilchuck glass school for a summer course (2016) and studied as an exchange student in Massachusetts College of Art and Design (2016).
After graduating from Bezalel academy Yaron sold his project to the Israeli Aquarium as a public installation. Over the last three years he has designed and created public installations for hotels, municipalities and private clients.
Yaron is inspired by the complexity of nature and human relations within it. His glass sculptures are a representation of nature which challenge context, scale, colour and use.
His primary artistic medium is glass, although through his previous work as a designer, he worked with metal and wood,
his main passions are large scale installations and public art.
Yaron welcomes discussions with galleries, hotels, public buildings & architects, commercial and private clients and is excited to work for commission as well as direct sale.
He is a Clore Foundation scholar (2021-2023)