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About Helen Brough

Born:

1966 in United Kingdom

Lives and Works:

london, United Kingdom

Education:

M.A. Sculpture, Chelsea School of Art, London, United Kingdom, 1990
B.A Sculpture, Chelsea School of Art, London, United Kingdom, 1989

Awards:

Triangle Workshop Award, Triangle Arts Association, New York, United States, 2004
Triangle Artist Residency, Triangle Arts Association, New York, United States, 2004
Salina Art Center Award, Salina Arts, Kansas, United States, 1999

About the artist

Helen Brough is a British artist who produces painted and sculptural works. Her psychedelic landscapes and florals are stylish and groovy. The florals in particular would make superb statement pieces.

The artist holds an MA in Sculpture from the Chelsea School of Art. Helen has been recognised for her work on both sides of the Atlantic. In the UK she has been awarded the Prix de Rome prize and the Prince Charles Travel Scholarship. Over in the US she has received funding from the Pollock/Krasner Foundation and the Bemis Centre for Contemporary Arts.

Helen has exhibited regularly in New York City and has a permanent sculpture piece in DUMBO, Brooklyn, commissioned by David and Jane Walentas. She has shown her work at The Royal Academy, Mayson Gallery and The Other Art Fair.
Recent commissions include Dahlia Cuore for British Land at the Broadgate Primrose Atrium
that was up from September 4th until November 3rd 2017.

Need to know

  • Helen produces stylish psychedelic paintings and plexiglass sculptures.
  • The artist exhibits regularly in the US and the UK.
  • Helen's paintings are visually powerful. They'd have a strong presence in an interior.
Victoria Heald

The Insider Victoria Heald says:

"Brough's electric use of colour, mark-making and composition add vitality and vividness to recognizable and everyday scenes of London."

Helen Brough

Helen Brough - Studio

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