GEOMETRIC AND ABSTRACT ART
“Every commission is unique in its design concept; the feel of the artwork is inspired by the client, the brief and the building”
Helen’s appreciation of geometry as a reflection of universal order was inspired by her tutor Professor Keith Critchlow, founder of the Department of Visual, Islamic and Traditional Arts at the Prince of Wales’ School of Architecture. Helen uses abstraction to create layers of movement and meaning, underpinned by geometric principles that integrate the window into its surroundings. Examples of her geometric and abstract work can be seen at Beverley Minster, Ely Cathedral and in private homes.