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Helen Elliott

Helen’s work is often described as ‘naïve’ in that it presents what appears to be an uncomplicated, colourful description of daily life.

Traditional concepts of perspective and scale are disregarded in her paintings; rather prominence is joyfully given to the colour, emotion, sensation or object of prevailing interest to her, at that time.

Unstructured, self taught and distinguished by intuitive use of colour, her paintings are described as ‘accessible’, ‘joyful’ and compared to ‘a colourful Lowri’.