JAMARTLONDON - jenny (jennifer) meehan

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til the cows come home 2012pub jenny meehan

" Lost Sheep"  Acrylic, Pigments, Acrylic Mediums and Fillers, Glass Beads and Sand, Acrylic Paint.  On Linen.  50x70cm  


Examples of paintings are located under the subheading tabs.  

Each year I take part in Kingston Artists' Open Studios. I show a selection of work thanks to the kind hospitality of one of my KAOS artist companions just a short walk from Kingston Town centre, not far from the Kingston Gate of Richmond Park.  


For more details, please contact me via the contact page on jamartlondon.com.  I will put you on my mailing list and send further information as soon as available!




This website focuses mostly on displaying examples of highly expressive lyrical abstract paintings but the gamut of my creative practice is wide.


I create using a mixture of both artistic intuition and formal considerations and each painting evolves in its own way.  Human experience, emotion, and my own personal life journey form the centre of my work. The brokeness of human experience fascinates me, as well as the potential for growth and renewal.


Contact me to enquire about availability if you see a painting you like.  


Rough price guide for original artwork is

£200 - £600 depending on medium and size.


If you would like to donate money to help support my creative practice I can accept donations quickly and easily through the Paypal.me process.  Simply put the following in your browser:


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The publication of my work in any form is normally managed through DACS.  Digital images are quickly available. In the first instance contact me through the contact form on this website.



My paintings and digital work has been published in many forms having been used in book cover design, film, and in research papers, posters, and numerous other publications.  To obtain a licence for use is quick, simple and couldn't be easier, through the Design and Artists Copyright Society, of which I am a member.




Depending on the usage required and your budget, I am flexible with respect to the standard industry fees, and in some circumstances I am happy to negotiate reductions.  The administration is through DACS who will advise you on the standard fee in the first instance.  If this is beyond your budget, I am completely happy for you to request a reduction within the process and I make my decisions on a case by case basis.