Book of Life/Sunlight through the Tree
Collage (of monoprints and painting)
Acrylic paint, oil based ink.
"Through your Gentleness we find Comfort in Fear" (from a Song of Anselm)
Watercolour and gouache on watercolour paper.
"Eternal" Painting 50x70cm Acrylic paint, various mediums, fillers and pigments, varnish and glass beads on stretched cotton canvas.
As the light changes over the course of the day, the appearance of the painting changes significantly due to the variety finishes and texture on the surface.
Enquiries welcome. Please use the contact form on the contact page of this website. Digital images of my original paintings can be quickly and easily licensed. In the first instance contact Jenny Meehan. Paintings shown below are just some examples, not the full range of work carried out over the year.
"The Frost From the Heavens" by Jenny Meehan
Painting 40x60cm Acrylic paint, various mediums, fillers and pigments, varnish and glass beads on stretched cotton canvas.
(From Job 38 verses 29 and 30 "Who is the mother of the ice? Who gives birth to the frost from the heavens? For the water turns to ice as hard as rock and the surface of the water freezes."
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"Father, Son and Holy Spirit/ Trinity" Painting 50x70cm Acrylic paint, various mediums, fillers and pigments, varnish and glass beads on stretched cotton canvas.
I have been thinking about how to include a crucifix in my painting, but didn't want to go for an obvious representation. In this painting a cross is suggested by the arrangement of some of the marks.
" Love 3 - Love Bade Me Welcome"
Painting 50x70cm Acrylic paint, various mediums, fillers and pigments, varnish and glass beads on stretched cotton canvas.
" LOVE bade me welcome; yet my soul drew back,
Guilty of dust and sin.
But quick-eyed Love, observing me grow slack
From my first entrance in,
Drew nearer to me, sweetly questioning
If I lack'd anything. "
Quoted from the poem Love (III) by George Herbert: George Herbert. 1593–1632
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