In planning new works, I include objects that have a personal significance, that have passed to me from previous generations, objects that may be grand or humble, glistening or tarnished, clear or opaque. I also include things associated with life - flowers, fruit, vegetables, eggs. I paint solid forms that reflect shifting nuances of color located within webs of shadows. My aim is to design the arrangements so that the work will become an exciting visual feast. I try to push the medium so that the work is saturated with richness, depth, and clarity infusing it with a sense of myth, mystery, and memory.​

Eleanor Tyndall Meier is a retired high school art teacher/supervisor and an award winning artist who paints still life tableaux using water color in her Centerport Studio. She is an active member of Setauket Artists, serves on the advisory board of LIMArts and is past president and a permanent advisor of the Catharine Lorrilord Wolfe Arts Club. She received a BS in Art Education from Nazareth College and a MALS from Stony Brook University with further study in art at Queens College, Adelphi University and Institudo Allende, San Miquel, Mexico. Her paintings include transparent and reflective objects. She has exhibited in galleries and museums on Long Island, New York City, Washington DC, and Athens, Greece. She has had works in numerous regional juried shows. She has shown work in Papua, New Guinea under the auspices of the US Dept. of State’s Artists in Embassies program. Work is in the permanent collections of the Jane Vorhees Zimmerli Collection at Rutgers University, Mather, Stony Brook, and Saratoga Springs Hospitals. Four of her watercolors have been featured on the cover of Dan’s Papers.