Tagsmart Weekly Discovery: Helen Brough’s perception of reality through the inner being

Helen Brough is a British painter, drawer, sculptor, and installation artist. She trained at Chelsea School of Art in London and achieved a BA Honors First Class and MA in sculpture.

Her awards include the Prix de Rome and the Prince Charles travel scholarship. The Soros foundation funded her exhibitions in Romania and Hungary. In America, she received funding from the Pollock/Krasner Foundation and the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts.

Brough’s work focuses on urban, botanical, sea sceneries and landscapes. She is fascinated by the unconscious, the meaning of dreams and illusions that contribute to representing a hidden inner reality. The meaning of her works: landscape or abstract from monumental installations to small watercolours, represent the perception of reality and the force of nature.

She exhibited in the England, America, Sweden, and Norway with solo exhibitions and group shows. Her work has been selected from major collections among the Collins-Stewart-Hawkpoint-Conacord collection in London, Cantor Fitzgerald collection, William Louis Dreyfus collection in New York, National Art Museum in Budapest and Ashurst Corporation in London


Helena Brough’s exhibition Dahlia Cuore can be seen at Broadgate Gallery until the 3rd of November.