Court Farm Garden Centre  Cafe Art Exhibition – KAOS (Kingston Artists Open Studios) 

I have three of the “Signs of the Times”  Laminated Ink Jet Prints on Foamex hanging as part of the KAOS (Kingston Artist’s Open Studios) exhibition at  Court Farm Garden Centre Cafe Exhibition space.   The Cafe is part of the Court Farm Garden Centre in Tolworth Surrey.   There is a large area for art exhibitions in the Cafe and there is work from around 13 artists in the Court Farm Garden Centre show, which will be up for a couple of months I think, right up until Christmas.

Address for the Cafe if you fancy going along to take a look at the exhibition is:

Café at Court Farm Garden Centre. Old Kingston Road, Worcester Park, Surrey, KT4 7QH  (actually very near to Tolworth British Rail, even though address is Worcester Park) 

The three works I chose to show were “Irritation”  “We Get On” and “That’s Enough” .  Mmmm, maybe I should change the order of those to how things generally go, ie “We Get On”  “Irritation” and then “That’s Enough” !

That's Enough Digital Print by Jenny Meehan  for sale to buy at Chessington Court Cafe and Garden Centre  This ink-jet print is laminated and mounted on Foamex.  It can be purchased with or without a frame.  Bold, bright, geometric composition from British female fine and applied artist Jenny Meehan jamartlondon.com

That’s Enough Digital Print by Jenny Meehan for sale to buy at Chessington Court Cafe and Garden Centre This ink-jet print is laminated and mounted on Foamex. It can be purchased with or without a frame. Bold, bright, geometric composition from British female fine and applied artist Jenny Meehan jamartlondon.com

"We Get On"  Digital Print by Jenny Meehan  for sale to buy at Chessington Court Cafe and Garden Centre  This ink-jet print is laminated and mounted on Foamex.  It can be purchased with or without a frame.  Bold, bright, geometric composition from British female fine and applied artist Jenny Meehan jamartlondon.com

“We Get On” Digital Print by Jenny Meehan for sale to buy at Chessington Court Cafe and Garden Centre This ink-jet print is laminated and mounted on Foamex. It can be purchased with or without a frame. Bold, bright, geometric composition from British female fine and applied artist Jenny Meehan jamartlondon.com

"We Get On"  Digital Print by Jenny Meehan  for sale to buy at Chessington Court Cafe and Garden Centre  This ink-jet print is laminated and mounted on Foamex.  It can be purchased with or without a frame.  Bold, bright, geometric composition from British female fine and applied artist Jenny Meehan jamartlondon.com

“Irritation” Digital Print by Jenny Meehan for sale to buy at Chessington Court Cafe and Garden Centre This ink-jet print is laminated and mounted on Foamex. It can be purchased with or without a frame. Bold, bright, geometric composition from British female fine and applied artist Jenny Meehan jamartlondon.com

 

 

Ignore the fact I have described in the above text the venue as being “Chessington Court Cafe”…My error in haste and now rather too busy to go back and change it on everything!

There is a great range of many different artists work on show, with a nice selection of both fully abstract/non objective work, to semi-abstract and then extremely detailed photo-realistic artworks, so something for everyone.  All the work on show is by KAOS members.  Come along to Café at Court Farm Garden Centre. Old Kingston Road, Worcester Park, Surrey, KT4 7QH and take a look  yourself.

Dorking Museum Greetings Cards

I am just working on some Greetings Card Designs for Dorking Museum which will be available in the Dorking Museum shop very soon.   I will post these up soon.

Partia “Places I Remember – Collective Nostalgia Photography Exhibition at Aintree University Hospital, Liverpool 

Just packing up  one of my digital C-prints to send off to Aintree University Hospital, Liverpool.   Here is a little bit of information about this interesting exhibition which runs for one month:

‘Places I Remember: Collective Nostalgia’ photography exhibition with PARTIA at Aintree University Hospital 

PARTIA at Aintree University Hospital NHS Trust are currently accepting submissions to our photography exhibition ‘Places I Remember: Collective Nostalgia’ (1st October – 1st November 2013).

Inspired by The Beatles song from which this exhibition takes its name, PARTIA invites photographers to submit work to this exhibition that explore their ideas of collective nostalgia. Photographers are not limited to an examination of Liverpool; this exhibition theme can be explored either through work that directly represents particular locations or perhaps via photographs and photographic collages of items that are symbolic of a specific location.

Unlike a traditional gallery space PARTIA at Aintree University Hospital welcomes a variety of work from established to emerging artists and receives 350,000 visitors per year.

The work submitted for this exhibition is “How Much is that Doggie in the Window?”

 Jenny Meehan "How Much is that Doggie in the Window" Digital C-Print exhibited as part of the "Places I Remember - Collective Nostalgia" Photography Exhibition with PARTIA at Aintree University Hospital Liverpool.

Digital C-Print exhibited as part of the “Places I Remember – Collective Nostalgia” Photography Exhibition with PARTIA at Aintree University Hospital Liverpool.
This little ornament caught behind glass at a local charity shop, caught my eye, and brought to mind the song “How Much is that Doggie in the Window?” Jenny Meehan

I presented the image behind glass (Of course!… To add more reflections to the reflections which are caught on the image itself) and framed it in a simple black wooden 9x7inch frame.

Information submitted with the image as follows:

“My local charity shop is the place for me where the  words “collective nostalgia” resound most powerfully.  I  often gaze into the window and see objects which, if I let them, bring into my mind all kinds of connections and associations. The mish-mash of different things brought together, each with memories and meaning for the unknown people who used to own them.

Jenny Meehan is a painter, photographer and writer based in South West London.  See her website http://www.jamartlondon.com for more about her visual arts practice.”

If you live in Liverpool do pop in and see the exhibition…It’s a bit far for me to travel right now, but it sounds like an interesting exhibition.

Bit of an advance notice but I am holding a Studio Art Sale in my kitchen studio space on Saturday 9th November 3pm – 7pm.   Please let me know if you plan to come so I know how many people roughly to expect by emailing me at j.meehan@tesco.net or using the contact form on my website www.jamartlondon.com 

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Jenny Meehan is a painter and designer based in East Surrey/South West London.
Her website is http://www.jamartlondon.com.  (www.jamartlondon.com replaces the older now deceased website http://www.jennymeehan.co.uk)

Jenny Meehan BA Hons (Lit.) PGCE also offers art tuition.  Please contact Jenny at j.meehan@tesco.net or through the contact form at http://www.jamartlondon.com for further details.   Commissions for paintings are also undertaken at affordable prices.

 Jenny Meehan works mainly with either oils or acrylics  creating both abstract/non-objective paintings  and also semi-abstract work.  She also creates representational and figurative artwork,  mostly using digital photography/image manipulation software, painting and  drawing.

Jenny Meehan exhibits around the United Kingdom and holds regular Open Studio/Studio Sale events.  To be placed on Jenny Meehan’s mailing list please email j.meehan@tesco.net requesting to be kept up to date.  Also, follow the Jenny Meehan Contemporary Artist’s Journal at WordPress and keep informed that way. 

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