JAMARTLONDON - jenny (jennifer) meehan

jenny meehan lyrical abstractiion british,contemporary painting english romantic abstraction. surrey south west london visual artist christian abstract modern painting sacred

Under the subheadings are some examples of my past poetry.   I don't post poetry I think I might submit for publishing on the internet any more because of the need to consider first publishing rights but this selection gives you an idea of my interests.

 

My writing perspective is rooted in a Christ-centred spirituality as it is expressed and experienced in my own journey of faith.  I am particularly interested in the relationship between poetry and painting and often recognise correspondences between them within my own creative art working.

 

Jenny (Jennifer) Meehan, née Jennifer Gray

Poetry

“As music is the poetry of sound,

so is painting the poetry of sight.”

 

— James McNeill Whistler

 

If on computer, hover mouse over main heading "Poetry" and the sub page menu appears.

Jenny Meehan

 Artist -Author - Painter - Poet

 

Jenny Meehan

is based in East Surrey/South West London, UK.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The "jamartlondon" website gives you an introduction to her art working. For a more extensive online publication of her creative project follow her activities in more detail through the  "Jenny Meehan Artist's Journal - The Artist's Meandering Discourses - Poetry - Painting - Spirituality"  on Wordpress.com.

 

Things are kept minimal (kind of!) in the "jamartlondon" online publication, but "Jenny Meehan Artist's Journal - The Artist's Meandering Discourses" is the artist's area for personal exploration, notetaking, and thinking out loud.  There is a larger variety of Jenny Meehan's art work published in her online Journal, so skim though and see what you find!

 

https://jennymeehan.wordpress.com/

pen and ink strip with mountweb jenny meehan

"Pen and Ink on a Torn Strip"  by Jenny Meehan 2016

 

24x34cm external frame size.  Unique Digital Print on Paper  Framed in a black frame  with a black mount and glazed.