Helen Lindon's paintings invite the viewer to make a journey. Helen uses a layering process of varying depths, which challenges perceptions of where pictorial space truly resides. The spaces Helen creates ot one moment appear to recede, and the next come forward. Helen explains; 'The line that meanders across a surface at first glance may seem to be the last impression made upon the canvas, but then reveals itself to have been the first mark. While transparent, the layers of paint refract the light, rendering rich tones and deep colours - spaces which are tangible and yet indefinate'. There are notions of infinity within Helen's paintings, defining forms which at once resonate with boundaries that are the picture edge, and offer a bridge into the architecture of the surrounding space. Helen studied Art at the Byam Shaw School of Art, and has exhibited at various exhibitions and art fairs in London.
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