An artist from Radlett has an exhibition in St Albans.
Helen Lack works in a large format with vibrant colours to produce individual and energetic artworks. She is inspired by Jackson Pollock who uses the ‘drip technique’ to convey abstract expressionism. Helen is also a strong environmentalist who paints with a message, regarding issues such as population, pollution, ocean bleaching and chaos in the universe.
Her exhibition is at The Trestle Arts Base in St Albans until March 1.
She has just curated her own solo exhibition at the Radlett Centre entitled Natural Elements and the Universe, which gained a lot of media attention on the radio, in newspapers and in magazines.
The Deputy Mayor of Hertsmere described the “richness of colours” in her work and was greatly impressed.
Her artworks have been exhibited at many prestigious galleries and locations in London including The Brick Lane Gallery, Espacio Gallery and Roy’s People Arts Fair, as well as in the Lift Gallery, USA.
Elaine Johnson, Trestle Gallery Programmer , said she was delighted to have Helen’s work on display.
She said: “The perfect exhibition for a cold and dark January, Helen’s colourful and uplifting paintings have truly brightened up our café space. The abstract patterns have attracted lots of interest from our regular customers and new visitors to the arts base. Trestle strive to work with local artists and give them a platform to display their new bodies of work, so it has been a pleasure to work with Helen on this exhibition. We look forward to seeing where her creativity takes her next!”
Entry is free and the exhibition is open during normal Arts Base hours, please click here for more information.