helen amyes

from the studio

2nd April 2014

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2nd April 2014

yarn bomb “Be Kind”. part of a series of yarn bombs i made and planted around York over the last few years. this one i made for the local school as people had told me there was a problem with bullying and i wanted to “plant” a positive idea.
textile by Helen Amyes photograph by Paul Amyes

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Author: helen amyes

English/Aussie Visual Artist based in the historic town of York, in the Wheatbelt of Western Australia. I've been described as a "painter with a fluid approach". So although painting and drawing are my first language so to speak, i enjoy creating film photograph,textiles,visual poetry and even the occasional sound or performance project. Really i feel the medium needs be the best to express the idea. Much of my work is collaborative in the form of assembling books where each artist contributes an art work/page which is then bound. Also mail art which is often exhibited as an egalitarian installation. I also do some design work for sale via Red Bubble, Saatchi Art sites and local galleries.

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