My subject matter is man-made spaces and objects at night, transformed by the ubiquitous street light, creating a surreal and dreamlike landscape. These photographic images are all taken in Bristol. More from this series can be viewed at The Tobacco Factory during the Arts Trail.
Line and Space are central to Helen’s work. She draws in two and three dimensions, using a variety of materials.Her drawings are often investigations into the overlapping processes and visual qualities of sculpture and drawing.
Helen’s wire sculptures of the human form are introspective drawings in three dimensions.
The sculptural lines and the open space defined by them present a continually changing visual experience.
This body of work consists of enamelled copper corsets, screen prints and a screen printed hand-bound book entitled; 'The Older Boy's Book of Mathematical Curves'. I am attempting to show the beauty and elegance of mathematics together with the restrictions imposed by its formal logic and conventions.