Helen Llewelyn

Helen Llewelyn

Textiles have been the vehicle for Helen's art work for the last ten years. She joined King Street Gallery in January 2008.

Bold colours are to the fore.

Geometric themes dominate, mostly abstract but landscape inspirations often result in stylised representations.

Made from commercially produced 100% cotton, and using a variety of techniques (patchwork, quilting, applique, etc.) the works are mostly wall hangings and framed pieces (usually from 30x30cms to 2x3m) but also include cushions, bed covers, etc.  Largely printed material but occasionally hand printed.

Attached are examples of current work for sale, but commissions are also welcomed.  The subjects of commissions have ranged from lighthouses, church spires and cascades to Christmas trees, football paraphernalia, and Volkswagen camper vans.

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King Street Gallery cooperative includes artists from a wide range of disciplines,including contemporary fine art, ceramics, photographers, stained glass, wood turning, textiles and sculpture.

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7th July 2017 - 30th August 2017,

Late Summer Exhibition 2017

An exhibition of new works by gallery members for the late summer months including paintings, original prints and fine art ceramics.

4th August 2017 - 30th August 2017,

John Cyrlas Williams - 'A Brief Flowering'

An exhibition in the Chate Room of works by the late John Addyman curated by art historian Peter Lord and Peter Rossiter

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Friday 1st September, 2017Debbie Dunbar

Friday 15th September, 2017Welsh Myths & Legends - Open Art Competition

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