Guy Veryzer has an interdisciplinary career as a ceramic artist and collage mixed media painter. He calls his ceramic world: Archeology of the Imagination. As an artist Guy’s work steps easily across the waking world from the land of dream into the boundaries separating realism from haunted surrealism. Viewers become voyeurs looking through to the unexpected world on the other side of that portal. His work is steeped in the rich symbolism of myth, shadow magic, and imaginings. He is part of the Tribeca Potter Studios in New York City. Guy’s ceramics recently were on view at Red Bluff Gallery, California, Tamarack Gallery, Michigan & J.F. Chen in Los Angeles, CA.
He has at BFA in ceramics and painting from the Center for Creative Studies College of Art and Design in Detroit where he won the CSS Venice Study Award and four CSS Merit Awards. His paintings, collages, and ceramics have been exhibited in New York (CFM Gallery) and London (Christie’s Education Center) His work can be found in private collections in the U.S., U.K., Australia, and in Indonesia. As an illustrator his work has been reproduced in The Village Voice, After Dark and Christopher Street Magazine. He has designed book covers as well as CD covers.