Art Meripol
Art Meripol
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Save Paper 1973

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Turnips for Sale 1973

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Indian Corn 1973

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Women Produce 1973

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Apple Truck 1973

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Fay Jones Peace Fountain

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Kale and Change

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Singing by the Stump

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Wild Honey

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Flowers for Nancy

About Art Meripol

Art Meripol developed a deep interest in live concert photography while attending college in the early 70's. After college Art worked days as a photojournalist and nights pursuing his love of live music shooting at venues from small clubs to arenas. Art's photos reflect a fan's viewpoint, albeit one with better access, with the goal of creating an iconic image of each artist. Since the late 80's he has worked as a travel photographer, averaging 140 nights a year on the road. His work, from music to travel to politics, has been published in books, newspapers and magazines worldwide.

“I visited the market several weekends that fall of 1974...The whole shoot was for Andrew's (Kilgore) class. I do remember being a bit intimidated in approaching strangers to shoot. I think the ability to approach people you don't know with a camera is a learned skill, and this was a great early lesson for me... Looking back I think my instincts were pretty good in what I chose. They really do capture a place in time." (Fayetteville Flyer, 2015)

Art has donated signed copies of limited edition prints of the Fayetteville Farmers Market series to support Art Ventures NW Arkansas. Please buy yours today.

About the art

Art Meripol developed a deep interest in live concert photography while attending college in the early 70's. After college Art worked days as a photojournalist and nights pursuing his love of live music shooting at venues from small clubs to arenas. Art's photos reflect a fan's viewpoint, albeit one with better access, with the goal of creating an iconic image of each artist. Since the late 80's he has worked as a travel photographer, averaging 140 nights a year on the road. His work, from music to travel to politics, has been published in books, newspapers and magazines worldwide.

“I visited the market several weekends that fall of 1974...The whole shoot was for Andrew's (Kilgore) class. I do remember being a bit intimidated in approaching strangers to shoot. I think the ability to approach people you don't know with a camera is a learned skill, and this was a great early lesson for me... Looking back I think my instincts were pretty good in what I chose. They really do capture a place in time." (Fayetteville Flyer, 2015)

Art has donated signed copies of limited edition prints of the Fayetteville Farmers Market series to support Art Ventures NW Arkansas. Please buy yours today.