A Radlett artist was honoured recently to have her graffiti artwork called ‘My Dedication to the NHS’ chosen to be screened on 34 multi screens at Flannels, London’s flagship fashion store.
Helen Lack is an international contemporary artist who works in Aldenham, and to have her art dedicated to the NHS shown as part of the #MakeItBlue campaign was something extra special to her, having recently recovered from a rare form of breast cancer.
The #MakeItBlue campaign aims to light up iconic buildings in the country’s capital city to honour and thanks the NHS for all their hard work during the pandemic.
Speaking to RadlettNews, Helen said: “I painted the painting originally knowing nothing about the screening as I just wanted to thank the NHS for saving my life. Without them treating me, things would have been very different for myself.
“To see it being screened was a phenomenal feeling. It was an incredibly proud moment and it honestly felt like the biggest achievement of my life.
“I think it felt even more precious to me because it was a thank you directly for saving my life. I don’t think I’d sell the painting for any amount of money, it has to be kept in our family because the value is so sentimental.”