...... a strong sense of light, mystery and drama.
Helen's atmospheric oil paintings represent impressionable moments from her life, mostly inspired by her love of travel, and its associated experiences of diverse cultures, architecture and landscapes and her interest in the sea and its changing moods and light.
Her recent works have been paintings of sea and cloudscapes; recording vast expanses of water and the salt marshes with their intricate patterns of water channels responding to different stages of the tide.
Having obtained an Honours degree in Art History in 2013, Helen found that she was drawn mostly to landscape artists who painted light, including 17th century Dutch landscape painters, the 'unfinished works' of William Turner, and contemporary artists, Norman Ackroyd and Fred Cuming.
She has exhibited at various galleries in London including the Mall Galleries as part of ING Discerning Eye, the Camden Image Gallery and the Strand Gallery. She is also a member of the London Painters and Sculptors Group.