I have work being exhibited now or shortly in Leicester, Nottingham, Rickmansworth, Richmond and Leatherhead.
More information below on the exhibition at Leatherhead. Come along...It's going to be excellent and it's free too! No private view, but lots of interesting information about the art on show will be available: A place for reflection and contemplation...
"Sacred Spaces" - Free Art Exhibition, Open to All. Disabled Access. Children Welcome.
See this exciting and interesting collection of work by Kingston Artists' Open Studio artists Chris Birch, Emily Limna, Jenny Meehan, Richard Tomlin, Derek Turner, Hilary Walker, and Jude Wild.
The exhibition is curated and organised by Jenny Meehan on behalf of Kingston Artists' Open Studios. A varied mixture of 18 original paintings, drawings, cyanotype sun prints, and photography by seven professional artists is sure to delight and interest you. The title of the exhibition "Sacred Spaces" references the inner lives of the artists , the process of creating artworks, and evidence expressed physically in the artworks themselves. In our creation we bring body and substance from our own inner contemplation, reflection and response to life and all we experience, both internal and external.
"Sacred Spaces" runs from 2pm on Saturday 3rd May until Friday 30th May during normal theatre opening hours which are normally 10am - 4pm Tuesday - Saturdays, (sometimes until 10pm but check with theatre first , phone 01372 365141)
"Sacred Spaces" is located in the ground floor foyer at Leatherhead Theatre 7 Church Street Leatherhead Surrey KT22 8DN. Disabled access and toilet facilities. Coffee shop open 10am - 2pm and at other times subject to the performance schedule.
Contact Jenny Meehan at email@example.com for more info! or see www.jamartlondon.com and
The Leatherhead Theatre
7, Church Street
Tel: 01372 365141
Fax: 01372 365195
Accessible location - 5 mins from M25, Junction 9
5 minutes walk from Leatherhead British Rail Station.
Town centre location, close to local shops and restaurants.
Three car parks within a few minutes walk (free after 6pm)
Disabled places right outside the theatre.
For more information see the Jenny Meehan Wordpress Artist's Journal, where I ramble on, taking detours now and again.
I will be posting up more detailed information about the artists and their work for two months prior to the show.
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I am particularly pleased to be part of the "Speaking Out" Exhibition at Embrace Arts, University of Leicester, which runs until the 28th March.
"What can art teach us about the effects of violence against women and girls?
This exhibition explores how survivors can overcome their traumatic experiences and promote a positive view of women’s forms of resistance and empowerment through art." (text from http://speaking-out.co.uk/exhibition/)