Size: 16×16 inches, Media: Acrylic on Canvas
A palimpsest work with light reflective ice crystals. Inspired by the unstable rocks at Wast Water, the deepest body of water in the Lake District, both hold your breath beautiful and unnerving.
Unframed on box canvas.
Contact artist for video of light reactive effect.
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Helen can’t remember a time when she wasn’t creating something, she was just born that way. She works in more than one style, including landscapes; some of them otherworldly or sublime, many inspired by the sea and views near her…View artist profile