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UK based mid career fine artist and designer – Jenny Meehan

Vibrant, exciting, and innovative images are available for application here and have been specially selected for this purpose. Your purchase helps support my artistic endeavour by providing a small royalty payment and enables me to continue investing my time in creation, experimentation and research.

For romantic, expressionist, abstract, lyrical, and highly collectable original painting of interest to art collectors collecting British painting by 21st century female artists, see my website

For an insight into my interests, thinking, and research, see at my online journal/blog:

© Jenny Meehan DACS All Rights Reserved. This applies to all my art imagery on Redbubble and elsewhere! If you want a license to use my art, in the first instance contact Jenny Meehan. Licensed use can be quickly and easily arranged via DACS (Designer and Artists Copyright Society)

  • Joined: August 2007


Jenny Meehan Intro on Redbubble

Jenny Meehan is a British fine artist, based in the United Kingdom. She paints non objective and semi abstract paintings, as well as working with digital imagery. For more of her paintings see / © Jenny Meehan. All Rights Reserved, DACS / Hope you enjoy my newly organised art work on Redbubble. Long overdue for a tidy up, but finally I have done it!
Posted over 3 years – Leave a comment

There's not enough time, or is there?

It has always seemed a tragedy to me, that the older you get, the quicker time seems to go by. Is it unfair? Maybe that is not the right expression, but while wrinkles develop, flesh sags, and feet grow tired more quickly, we want to achieve and do more, (well, I speak for myself). Everything becomes more urgent as it dawns on us more clearly, that life does not go on forever. / I know some …
Posted almost 10 years – Leave a comment

Liquid Amber

She peered into the pool. It was small and perfectly round. The glassy water surface was still, with no movement. Her face looked back at her; disappointed. But then, suddenly, from the deepest darkest bottom (where ever that was), a blob of colour, about the size of a marble, grew and grew and grew; becoming clearer with each second that passed by. It appeared to be spiralling upward; growin…
Posted about 11 years – 2 comments


I’ve seen many winters come around / But never before have you drawn upon my mind / In pencil lines / That cling to forms of man / And move through motions / And movement / Stretching / In joyful wonder. / I’m finding such meaning / In each thread and vein of time; / A moment, not kept, but / Released / And / A conviction of sight / Beyond the border of my mind. / You / Have touche…
Posted about 11 years – Leave a comment
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