Helen Thomson

Website: http://www.helenthomson-art.co.uk

Email: hely@sheerindulgence.co.uk

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'The Witching Hour', photographic double image, up to A2

'Harbour Master Refuge', photographic double image, up to A2

'Transient Reds', photographic double image, up to A2

'Rainstorm in Blue', photographic double image, up to A2

'Highland Heatwave', photographic image with pure, 24 carat, shell gold - up to A2

'A House in Crail', photographic double image, up to A2


Always looking for new ways of perceiving the world and adding meaningful value to the classic landscape, Helen’s photography has evolved to include ‘alternative image’ styles and she is particularly interested in ICM (Intentional Camera Movement - or 'blurs’) and ‘multiple exposures’.

In her continual search of ways to display and express the natural beauty of the world, Helen's latest experiments include hand finishing her printed images with delicate highlights in silver and 24 carat pure gold.


HELEN THOMSON is an artist member of the Glasgow Society of Women Artists (GSWA http://www.gswa.org.uk/). Her specialist subject is photography. She has been studying her craft in traditional and experimental photography with master photographers and has subsequently been developing her own unique style. Two of Helen's classic images were selected and used by the Ordnance Survey for covers on their latest edition of Explorer Maps.
She has sold 30x30 images submitted for the SSA & VAS together in February 2018, 2019 and 2020. Her rainbow image of Hirta featured on the cover of the official St Kilda calendar for 2019. Helen's work has most recently been exhibited with the GSWA at The MacLaurin Gallery in Ayr, The Lillie Art Gallery, Milngavie, the Stirling Smith Gallery and is held in private collections.

On 15th June 2020, Helen Thomson was a featured photographic artist in the first issue of the new e-magazine ICMPHOTOMAG.


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