JAMARTLONDON - jenny (jennifer) meehan

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Paintings

 

 

 

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.  

 

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:

paypal.me/jennymeehan

and follow the prompts.  Please consider supporting my work in this way if it strikes a chord with you and you are able to do so.

 

 

Signing up as a follower on my Wordpress blog

 

https://jennymeehan.wordpress.com

 

also helps, as does sharing the posts when you receive them.  Anything you can do to help me is much appreciated!

 

 

 

 

 

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.

Due to technical changes with my website hosting company and my not wanting to spend hours rebuilding this website, I won't be updating this site, but I will keep it online.

 

Go to my wordpress blog or instagram for up to date information.  

 

The contact form here stilll works, so contact me using that, or email me.

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Some selected examples of my paintings below.

 

Paintings can be viewed in person if required.  

 

Please contact me through the contact form and I will send you details of my next painting viewing session.  You are welcome to come and view some of my paintings with no obligation to make a purchase.  

 

Price range is between £300 and £600 for an original painting.

" Niche Painting"  Acrylic Paint on Stretched Canvas 50 x 70cm  Jenny Meehan  2012  Available

Above:  "Well Spring"  Acrylic Paint, oil pastel, various pigments and fillers, acrylic mediums, varnish, tiny glass beads, on stretched cotton canvas. 50x 70cm  Available

Above:  The Upper Room  Acrylic Paint, oil pastel, various pigments and fillers, acrylic mediums, varnish, tiny glass beads, on stretched cotton canvas. 50x 70cm

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Below are some detail images from two of my paintings.  Because of the attention I pay to the surface qualities of the paint and other materials,  the appearance of the paintings often changes significantly over the course of a day, and according to different lighting conditions.  

"The Gift of Orange/Where the Still Point is"

and below:

Divine Intervention

both acrylic paint, glass beads, various acrylic mediums and fillers, pigments.

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“The painting rises from the brushstrokes

as a poem rises from the words.

The meaning comes later.”

 

— Joan Miró

" 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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"Drop in the Ocean"  60x40cm Acrylic paint, various mediums, fillers and pigments, varnish and glass beads on stretched linen.

"Resurrection One"  60x40cm Acrylic paint, various mediums, fillers and pigments, varnish and glass beads on stretched linen.

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