Joy Meyer is an artist and a writer. She works across painting, video, voice art, performance and installation. Meyer's work creates connections between art history, epistemology, and feminism to explore the metaphysics of love and desire.

Joy is also a founding member of the all-female, artist collective, Subverbal Collective.

She has recently completed her MFA in Studio Arts at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Previously, she received her Bachelor's Degree in Studio Art and Art History, from the University of Virginia. Graduating with Distinction and Phi Beta Kappa in 2011.

Meyer has exhibited work in Charlottesville, Virginia at The Garage, The Bridge PAI, WTVF/Radio IQ Gallery, New City Arts, Art Works Gallery, The IX Building, Ruffin Gallery, at VAE, and LUMP Gallery, and Anchorlight in Raleigh, NC, The Ackland Art Museum in Chapel Hill, NC, The Carrack in Durham, NC and at Los Angeles Center for Digital Art in LA.

Her work has appeared in The Third Coast, The Virginia Literary Review, 3.7, Summmer, and in Mildred Pierce zine. Recently her work was published on a book cover for Routledge Press.

She resides and works in Hillsborough, NC and teaches watercolor painting at The Arts Center, Carrboro, NC. Meyer is preparing for a residency at the KALA Art Institute in Berkeley in 2018.