Meeser was an early member of the Cape Cod art community
and a member of The Eight Philadelphia Women. The group
exhibited at the Plastic Club and at the Art Club of Philadelphia
from 1923 to 1927.
in Ridley Park, PA, she studied at the Pennsylvania Academy
of Fine Arts and the Art Students League of New York.
In 1905, she decided to set up a studio and gallery in
Wellfleet. Her parlor became her gallery and welcomed
many visitors. She was a frequent exhibitor the Provincetown
Art Association. She also created numerous white line
color woodblock prints. She was well known for her still
life and landscape paintings. She was a founder of the
Detroit Society of Women Painters and Sculptors, a fellow
of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and held memberships
in the Provincetown Art Association and the American Federation
of the Arts.