Helen Llewelyn

Helen Llewelyn

Textile artist Helen Llewelyn has been a member of King Street Gallery, Carmarthen since 2008, and her diverse range of work is regularly displayed at the Gallery, across Wales and other countries.

She obtained a first-class honours degree in textiles at the Carmarthen School of Art, and whilst at college combined her quilting and weaving skills to win the National Wool Museum of Wales Annual Colleges Competition.

Several of Helen’s pieces have been inspired by the River Tywi and she enjoys interpreting the natural and built environment of west Wales in her own unique style with bold colours and textures to the fore.

The works are mostly wall hangings and framed pieces. Attached are examples of current work for sale.

 

Commissions are welcomed, and estimates given.

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