Lot 220 - Helen Brough - House by the Shore
Watercolour and pastel on paper
Signed on Verso
This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust
Widely exhibited, Helen Brough has been working as a committed artist for over thirty years and holds her BA Honours and MA Sculpture from Chelsea School of Art, London. In addition to the Prix de Rome (1991) and the Prince Charles Travel Scholarship, the artist is the recipient of funding from the Pollock Krasner Foundation (1992), the Soros Foundation, the Triangle Arts Association (2004), QEST (Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust) 2019 and an Art Council Grant UK in 2020. Helen’s work is found in numerous private and corporate collections and museums worldwide including the Cantor Fitzgerald Collection, New York, the William LouisDreyfus Collection Foundation, New York, The Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, The Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, Two Trees, DUMBO, Brooklyn, The National Art Museum, Budapest, Hungary and in London, The Ashurst Collection.
BA and MA Chelsea School Of Art London
Solo Exhibitions Include
2021 Bluebell wood Avivson Gallery Highgate London, 2020 Virtual exhibition with Aleph Contemporary,2019 Lightscapes, Nordic Art Agency, 2017 Dahlia Cuore commissioned by British land, 2015 Mayson Gallery, New York. Awards and Residencies
2020 Arts Council Grant London UK
2019 QEST Award (Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Award) London UK
2018 Finalist for 1% Nebraska Art Commission Buffett Center Omaha NE USA
2004 Triangle Workshop Brooklyn NY USA
2004 Triangle Artist Residency Brooklyn NY
2022 Michael Goedhuis Gallery “ Chinese Ink” London UK
2022 Aleph Contemporary at The In & Out Club London UK
2021 Aleph Contemporary at the Cello Factory London UK
2021 Artist Support Pledge Hastings Contemporary London UK
2021 Crouch End Open Studios London UK
2021 Artists Walk Alexander Palace London UK
Aleph Contemporary, London; Michael Goedhuis Gallery, London, Art movement, London.
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
These 4 pieces are very inspired by Matisse and Klimt. They are off shoots of some of the larger works I am presently working on.
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