Today, as part of my occasional Artist Profile series, I am sharing the stunning work of Helen Segal who is exhibiting alongside me at The Brook this month.
Helen has always had a passion for textiles and since her Foundation Art and Design Diploma she has enjoyed exploring ideas in the textile medium. This year she has discovered a love of photography and capturing the relationship between her subjects (mother/father and child). She uses a combination of computer aided design and textile techniques to produce the results you can see here.
She delights in the intimacy of relationships and motherhood, and finds the way we connect to ourselves, to others, and to the landscape to be a constant source of inspiration.
Helen is constantly developing and opening up to the artistic journey, and is interested in developing her own and others inspiration and intuition through the creative process, by working through their creative blocks.
You can see Helen's work alongside mine at The Brook in Wallington until 31 August.
This month she is offering 5 free photo-shoots to the first people to email her at firstname.lastname@example.org - this will include all photographs on a CD.