I’ve just got new packaging for my map of Brighton which is now on sale at Unlimited Editions in Brighton. The maps printed as giclees on matt archival paper come in matt black tubes with black stoppers and hand cut map labels on the front – the design based on historical map cases…
Contemporary figurative painting by Helen Cann Announcing a new painting playing with new materials such as hardboard and collage. The Basketmakers is a pub in Brighton that has walls covered with vintage tins in which people leave small messages. Some are inane – some philosophic…
One of my design projects – Birdtree – watercolour and collage with no digital in sight! – is being featured on illustrationserved.com This site showcases the best of projects on design network Behance and only picks a few pieces from thousands each day to promote so I’m really honoured.
I’ve just finished a mammoth month of preparation culminating in a show of my contemporary paintings at the Islington Contemporary Art and Design Fair at Candid Galleries. Lots of sales and lots of new contacts…
New drawing completed at a ‘Drawing Brighton’ session of Dr David Bramwell, author of ‘The Cheeky Guide to Brighton’ and host of The Catalyst Club and The Wellsbourne Society. I’m getting work ready for Islington Contemporary Art Fair on October 5th – 7th 2012.
A recent painting using a drawing I completed from life. I’ve adapted quite heavily so this isn’t a photographic likeness. I’m going to exhibit this at Islington Contemporary Art Fair in October.
Pencil drawing of a Chinese artist from a photo found in Modern Painters.
Continuation of my work using biro to draw contemporary portraits and am now exploring using paint alongside.
I spent some time drawing in the anatomy room at Brighton Medical School at Sussex university the other day; I thought it could be a useful and inform my life drawings. This was organised by the Brighton Medical Student Art Society. The experience was quite a strange one. All bodies were treated with respect and cadaver
I completed this drawing at an afternoon session at Artists’ Residence. Drawing tattoos on skin is incredibly difficult – basically you are drawing someone else’s 2 dimensional drawing on a moving 3 dimensional body.