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The perfect storm

The perfect storm

Is there such a thing as the perfect storm? This oh-so serene swan brought such a thing to mind. Content and self-focussed as a fiesty “storm” of blossom blew down onto her, for all the world like a heavy blizzard of snow or ice, and yet this storm was so benign that she hardly noticed.… read more

Balance keeper

Balance keeper

With his yin-and-yang feathers, the magpie is the living embodiment of that most fundamental of truths…our world is full of light and shade. Just in case you had forgotten this, you will see it represented in the leaves right above his head, in the dark clouds and light in the sky…yet which of these is… read more

Big Voice

Big Voice

“I may be very small and just so ordinary that I seem to blend in with the background but, when I speak, my words are so beautiful that everybody stops to listen”…. This is what the Wren, with her beautifully powerful song, always seems to “say” to me; which is a timely message for our… read more

For the love of birds

For the love of birds

Over the coming months, I will be sharing some brand new artworks on the theme of English garden birds since I have such an ongoing love aiffair with them. This first one, entitled Sacred Song, was inspired by an experience I had with a robin a few weeks ago when the timely encounter I had… read more

Stand alone beauty

Stand alone beauty

We were on a visit to Kensington Palace when the concept of this artwork came to me. I had been in search of the essence of Diana yet didn’t find her in the palace, with its queues, its security checks and paranoia (we watched a couple of security-related scenes play out as we sipped our… read more

Joining Kyo Gallery, USA

Joining Kyo Gallery, USA

Pleased to announce I have been invited to join the Kyo Gallery in Alexandria old town, Virginia…just across the river from Washington DC and quite a jump from me over here in the UK. My work will be joining a new influx of international artists in time for the gallery’s Grand Reopening in June. Looking… read more

Seeing through windows

Seeing through windows

Anyone that has read into my background at all, via my Biography or my health blog Living Whole, will know that I have been on a long journey of self-recovery from fibromylagia. The many-layered way that my journey towards better health has interwoven with the art that I produce is undeniable to me and, increasingly,… read more

Image licensing

If your business is looking for beautiful images to license for a creative project, advertising, book cover, computer app, editorial content, prints and cards, website design…the list is endless, then I’m pleased to announce I have joined Bridgeman Images, the world’s leading specialists in fine art reproduction. My back-catalogue of artwork is now being uploaded… read more

Customise your own cards and canvas prints

Its almost a year since my customisable art reproductions became available on Pixels.com. Well, now they are being printed in the UK as well, which means that they can be customised then shipped to any address in the UK/US within one business day…and to any other address worldwide within 2 – 5 business days! Canvas… read more

Through the looking glass

The Spring Exhibition at Gallery Fifty Five has seen the launch of one of my brand new acrylic prints, which offer a whole new contemporary spin to some of my more familiar work. With this print of Incandescence, sealed under thick glass-like acrylic, which distorts and magnifies some of the detail in the loveliest way… read more

Helen White print shop open

More and more of you have been in touch asking about the possibility of purchasing prints and, I have to admit, this opens up a whole array of options, not least the many different ways of customising art to suit your wall or budget and, if you are on the other side of the world… read more

Helen White prints to paper and canvas now available

Something I’ve been asked fairly consistently for some time, by those who enjoy my work, is whether I make prints of my work available but, until recently, I had only ever offered reproductions of my pencil-work, assuming that it would be near impossible to reproduce my oil paintings to a standard that I was prepared… read more

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