A framed original artwork on stretched canvas. 


This is part of a series of paintings I made inspired by walks around the Suffolk town of Bury St Edmunds in summer 2021. This one shows a field known as No Man's Meadow .


I used strong brushstrokes and emphatic greens to convey my joy at being out in nature. My style could be described as neoexpressionist. I try to capture how a place makes me feel rather than to create a literal representation.


Framed in a simple white float frame.


Dimensions are 35.5×30.5×4 cm


About Me:

I am a self-taught artist who celebrates the beauty of nature.  I started painting 4 years ago to escape the pain of a chronic condition called fibromyalgia.  Art has changed my life.  Last year, one of my paintings was included in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2021, and I was part of a BBC2 documentary which can still be seen on iPlayer.  (Link on my website).  My work has been shown in the prestigious Mall Galleries.


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All images copyright © JM Fejer 2022

No Man's Meadow, 2021


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