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"We must try to step aside from the confusion of schools, movements, and current fads, and attempt to see the whole story of art as a meaningful effort of mankind...Art is a product of evolution - not often a result of revolution - a product of meaningful insights accumulated by artists over thousands of years. Fortunately, these insights cannot be easily erased; they continue to endure and they eventually modify and absorb the useful products of revolution"
From "The Meaning of Abstraction" by Nathan Cabot Hale.
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particularly interested in the relationships between creativity, spirituality and health and wellbeing, and uses both Christian contemplative practices and participation in regular psychoanalysis to inform the direction and development of her artistic practice. Her artist's blog on Wordpress.com is " Jenny Meehan Artist's Journal - The Artist's Meandering Discourse."
From 2010, I continued my artistic professional training over a period of six years through the short course programme at West Dean College, near Chichester and local adult education provision. Alongside my fine art practice, I am involved in art tuition, both individual and small group. I am also trained in offering spiritual direction/mentoring from within the Christian faith tradition.
I prefer a process led approach to art making, and while the artwork I create is informed by my research activities, my outlook on life, and personal experiences, it is the formal aesthetic qualities and what I perceive as the presence, or poetry of the work itself, which I am most concerned with. My visual art is intimately connected with my writing and poetry, and the relationship between these two strands of my creativity is a lively and interesting one."
"After a BTEC course in Art and Design, and various roles in the public sector, I studied at Hillcroft Women's College in Surbiton. My interest in Literature and History of Art led me forwards to Kingston University for a BA Hons Degree in Literature. A Post Graduate Certificate in Education at Roehampton University led to a career in teaching for several years.