All posts by joycemeyerfineartphotography

Joyce Meyer from Spillville, Iowa uses her work to tell the story of the beauty in nature that surrounds us and invites you to walk with her on the journey that takes in vistas of the world to tiny butterflies in the quest that her and her camera canvas takes. The award winning nature photographer has been published in many Medias including national magazine covers, and state and national publications and even on television photography shows. Besides wrap around canvas photos, print enlargements on fine quality paper, a vast collection of nature note cards, she has recently published her Fine Art Nature Photography books from 5x7 to coffee table book size done on stunning metallic paper. Come enter the world of Joyce Meyer Photography and feel the many emotions of her fine art gallery pieces. Joyce is also a freelance photographer for The Cedar Rapids Gazette and does photography and writes for The Calmar Courier here in the Northeast Iowa.

Celebrating Cancer Free

A year ago, I began Chemo after a lump was removed from my breast. Today I am still cancer free and my hair has begun to return (gray, but hey, I finally have hair since fell out first of April 2019). We took one of our grandsons when a new to him used camera (he is 8 and loves to watch nature and photographing it as I do)to the Smoky Mountains but then had to quickly cut the vacation short because of the COVID-19 virus. Here I am at Cade’s Cove with my arms stretched out saying “I made it through this tough journey.” Thanks all for understanding as I took most of last year off to take care of myself. But now I’m back! Stay healthy everyone!IMG_9911

Show Dates

ArtSail Clear Lake July 27, Elkader Art in the Park August 17-18, Sept 14 Mt. Vernon-Lincoln HWY Art show, Sept 22 Ames Octagon Fest, Sept. 28, Studio Tour at our home Oct. 11, 12, & 13. Decorah HS Craft Show Oct.  26-27, Waterloo Holiday Arts Festival Nov 9-10 .

Also stop in at Euphoria Coffee in West Union or Pivo Brewery in Calmar to buy my work. Oneotoa Coop in Decorah,  Decorah Chamber in Decorah, and Lavender Field Inn in Calmar also sells my cards.