Quick Post – Jenny Meehan… Information on “The Story So Far” Exhibition in Acton” – The Story So Far runs 1 — 21 Jul 2015 at W3 Gallery in London, United Kingdom

July 13, 2015

The Story So Far
1 — 21 Jul 2015 at W3 Gallery in London, United Kingdom

Very quick post, for me, especially, but as this is happening now probably best to throw it out there …

Information about “The Story So Far currently showing in Acton, with two of my photographic artworks included:



http://wsimag.com/art/16449-the-story-so-far… Wall Street International Art section…

Oh that is a first for me, to have something in an American publication.. but note the image they show is actually called “Snow White”… as below…

work information for my art at The Story So Far…
Name Of Artist Jenny Meehan
Title Of Work, “Snow White” 2015
Medium Of Work Photographic print on metallic paper.
“Snow White” is an image which evokes feelings of a dreamlike imaginative existence.. The girl, dressed as Snow White, through dramatic play, makes this idea of herself become a reality, in her own imagination. Stories enable us to experiment and imagine.
Price: £100

jenny meehan jamartlondon photo black white

jenny meehan jamartlondon photo black white

snow white by jenny meehan, The Story So Far 1 — 21 Jul 2015 at W3 Gallery in London, United Kingdom

snow white image by jenny meehan The Story So Far
1 — 21 Jul 2015 at W3 Gallery in London, United Kingdom


I have shown both the black and white and colour version, the colour version is part of “The Story so Far” exhibition.

Also on show at “The Story so Far”:


Name Of Artist Jenny Meehan
Title Of Work, “I Cannot Turn the Page- version 2” 2014
Medium Of Work Ink jet print on bond paper, folded.
“I Cannot Turn the Page – version 2” Is one version of a series of work exploring recovery from childhood trauma. In this image you see the witch in the Snow White fairy tale on the pages of the book, yet the real witch, or source of evil, looks down on the main subject, the frightened child.
Price: £100

I cannot turn the page version 2 by jenny meehan,The Story So Far 1 — 21 Jul 2015 at W3 Gallery in London, United Kingdom

I cannot turn the page version 2 by jenny meehan,The Story So Far
1 — 21 Jul 2015 at W3 Gallery in London, United Kingdom

Information on the show which is running at the mo:

The Story So Far
1 — 21 Jul 2015 at W3 Gallery in London, United Kingdom

Ann Philippas , The First Witness
The Arts Council funded ‘The Story So Far’ is creating an ‘arts & story trail’ from one end of Ealing to the other. The library anchors have been linked via a range of engaging activities, commissions and exhibits in literary and visual arts. The aim is to increase library and cultural activity engagement through the themes of sharing core stories and giving life to books. It initiates the first partnership between the Council, libraries, Cultural Community Solutions, Acton Arts Forum, the local arts sector and artists.
‘The Story So Far’ has the overarching themes of giving life to books by using different art forms, interpreting story themes and sharing stories across communities such as creation stories. The project is fostering greater engagement of arts and culture through the high-profile programme of activities and exhibits of visual and literary arts. It is developing the arts in Ealing by fostering partnerships between artists, arts organisations and libraries. We are supporting opportunities for artists to create and share new work, and widening audiences for the arts in Ealing through new venues and contexts.
Artistic expression interpreting the literary theme includes artwork on themes rooted in stories, myths, folklore and other literary inspiration. The artwork has been created in medium ranging through painting, performance, video, audio, text, photography, sculpture, drawing and more.
Participating artists: Tanya Loi, Jo Cheung, Katerina Sidorova, Jane Webb, Jenny Meehan, Tony Rickaby, Nick Cash, Emily Lazerwitz, Leanna Moran, Ben Walker, Martin Lau, Sam Welton, Wendy Charlton, Natalia Skobeeva, Matt Valentine, Ingrid Ung, Emma Finch, Heidi Jukes, Linda Haysman, Nicholas Vaughan, Dawes Gray, Myrto Karanika & Jeremy Keenan, Ann Philippas, Luke Haenlein, Anna Fafaliou, Marcella Reardon.
W3 Gallery
185 High Street, Acton
London W3 9DJ United Kingdom
Ph. +44 (0)20 89936158
Opening hours
Tuesday – Saturday from 11am to 7pm
Sunday from 2pm to 5pm

Jenny Meehan – www.jamartlondon.com
Human experience, emotion, and my own personal life journey form the centre of my work. The brokenness of human experience fascinates me, as well as the potential for growth and renewal. I trained as an artist through the short course programme at West Dean College and through adult education provision, and have an ongoing interest in the relationships between visual art and writing, fostered through a BA Honours in Literature. I’m based in Chessington, Surrey, and exhibit widely across the UK.


Digital photography can be viewed on http://www.photographyblog.com/gallery/showgallery.php?cat=500&ppuser=5491


Copyright in all images by Jenny Meehan is held by the artist.
Permission must be sought in advance if you wish to use images by Jenny Meehan. In the first instance, please contact Jenny Meehan. Copyright for all works of art by Jenny Meehan is managed by the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS) in the UK.

If you wish to licence a work of art by Jenny Meehan, please contact DACS as indicated below:
Design and Artist Copyright Society
33 Old Bethnal Green Road
London E2 6A3A
Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7336 8811

Fax: +44 (0) 20 7336 8822
email: info@dacs.org.uk
website: http://www.dacs.org.uk
Offices are open 0930 – 1700 Monday through Friday.


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