Gallery Ten Ninety One sponsored by Century Wealth Management presents For Art’s Sake! - Works by Don Meyers
Don was born and raised in Chicago where he studied drama and art in city colleges. He worked at Playboy in the early 60's as an art and creative director and later free-lanced as a creative director at local ad agencies such as Leo Burnett and Grey/North designing ad campaigns creating commercials for various corporations such as the Gillette Corp. and The Chicago Tribune.
Don attended the Art Institute of Chicago and Wright College and after studying drama at the Goodman Theater he began his acting career in local productions such as "Grease", “Bell, Book and Candle”, "The Camino Real", and "Diary of Anne Frank".
He and his family relocated to Little Rock as a creative director and art director with ad agencies that specialized in consumer advertising.
When Don moved to California in 1980, he continued his career in advertising and continued acting, landing roles in various film productions in Los Angeles. Don also drew story boards and assisted Universal Studios with various concepts and creative direction in a freelance capacity. He now resides here in Memphis, TN with his wife, Lydia.
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