My work in the studio is a process of direct, intuitive, integration and construction, an open-ended experiment. I am conscious of what I have chosen to incorporate, but am completely immersed in my own process of reinvention and creation that lies well outside the limited boundaries of verbalisation.
Helen Britton will be in residence from 21 September until 11 October.
In Context presents Helen’s work in the context of works by some of the key artists from the early years of her development in Western Australia, including Barbara Bolt, Pippin Drysdale, Nola Farman, Gill Irvine, Else van Keppel, and Philippa O’Brien, alongside her current West Australian collaborators, Justine McKnight and Michelle Taylor. To complete the concept, works of David Bielander and Yutaka Minegishi, both internationally renowned artists and Helen’s Munich studio partners for now over 13 years, will also be on exhibition. The photographer, Simon Bielander, completes this picture with a recent image of the studio atmosphere. This exhibition of over 60 works covers jewellery, fashion, textiles, painting, drawing and ceramics.
To view a video insight into the three jewellers currently on show, click HERE and HD for better definition.
Helen Britton Floor Talk Artist : A floor talk and discussion with Helen Britton.
11am | 3 October 2015
Helen will be joined by Janet Holmes à Court, Katie Scott, Director – Gallery Funaki and other in context exhibition artists.
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