Helen Elliott (Milton) is a painter living and working in West Wales and East Yorkshire.She works in two distinct styles. Her impressionistic style is concerned with capturing light and organic forms in the natural world. Whilst her naive paintings present what appears to be an uncomplicated, colourful description of daily life. Unstructured and distinguished by her intuitive use of colour, the paintings are described as ‘accessible’, ‘joyful’.
She is largely self taught and has studied with David Tress. Influences include Catalonian Fauvists of the 1930s and children’s paintings. She has exhibited widely, at local art shows as well as European shows, most notably in a solo show at the Museum of Niaf Art in Paris, in 2014. She has commissioned work hanging in the Welsh Assembly Government and in private collections worldwide.
Helen’s work is published in Artists & Illustrators, Psychologies and Leisure Painter Magazines. She is author of “Creative Me – the joy of paint” (Graffeg 2016), she is an accredited Golden Paints Artist Educator and runs the award winning Elliott Art Gallery & Studio in Newcastle Emlyn, West Wales, and also has a studio in the Yorkshire Wolds.
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