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artist

Gerald Lydon Merfeld, American artist. Recipient Gold Medal of Honor, American Artist Professional League, 1989, American Artists Magazine award Knickerbocker Artists, 1989, 2 Gold medals Washington Square Exhibit, New York State, Painting award Okal. Museum of Art, 1975, Mainstreams Juror's award of Merit, Marietta College, 1976, Mainstreams award of Distinction, 1977, First prize Hope Show, 1980, First prize Butler Institute of America Art.

Background

Merfeld, Gerald Lydon was born on February 19, 1936 in Des Moines.

Education

Studied with William Mosby, Chicago.

Career

Studio assistant, Dean Cornwell combat artist, United States Navy.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Group exhibitions include Massachusetts Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, Smithsonian Institute, Audubon Artists, New York City, National Academy of Western Art, others. Represented in permanent collections Marietta College, United States Navy Archives, John Jay McDonough Collection of America Art, John Deere & Company.

Membership

Board of directors Frontier Pathway Scenic Byway, Colorado, since 1995.

Connections

Married Carol L. Fiser. 1 child, Elizabeth Annual.

spouse:
Carol L. Fiser

child:
Elizabeth Annual Merfeld