Helen Lack is a contemporary artist working in the UK and producing large format and statement art. She has a unique style with is energetic, individual and vibrant with an urban edge. Her work has been described as having a richness of colours with a Pollock style, depicting the Abstract Expressionist movement. This has created a significant level of interest amongst galleries, buyers of collections as well as a healthy demand by companies requesting 'office art'.
By combining many layers and thick brushstrokes using mixed media and the drip technique, she conveys emotion in all her works which is received by the viewer as intriguing and involving.
Her works are inspired by current events and environmental concerns, showing passion, vibrancy as well as reflection and colour to her audience. Helen Lack has displayed her collections in contemporary shows, collaborated with other artists and curated her own solo exhibitions which as attracted media influence in the UK and Europe to much acclaim.
Her works have been exhibited in many prestigious galleries in London and New York, creating a truly international appeal. In addition, one prestigious gallery has asked for her works to be shown in Italy to high profile collectors.
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Contemporary Artworks by Helen Lack on public display at the North Middlesex University Hospital.
Two contemporary artworks titled Bubble and Love /Forever installed at the ICU,Watford General Hospital.
March 2020 | Singapore
Aqua Peace Online Exhibition Helen Lack is one of 75 selected artists, globally to be part of this exhibition with her Artwork.
Helen is an incredibly talented artist who has just been accepted into an amazing top gallery on the South Bank. I have been lucky enough to buy one of her paintings but there are still some available or you can commission a piece. This is my piece. The photo certainly doesn't do it any justice...
I really enjoy supporting charities by donating some of my artwork for them to raise funds for a good cause.
A huge thank you to Helen Lack for donating her fantastic artwork for a fundraising event at the weekend. All in aid of Action for Children Home Counties & East of England Fundraising.
Bath Online Art Show - A Moment in Time
October - December 2020