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…and The Valley Sings 
Oil on Canvas
Image size: H:61 cm x W:76 cm
Complete Size of Unframed Work: H:61 cm x W:76 cm x D:3.5cm
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This work has just sold but if you would like one like it please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07799 535 765 to speak to us to arrange this . There is no extra charge for a commission by Helen Howells. A commission also means you can have the work personalised with a dedication to your loved one or of course yourself! As always free shipping worldwide is offered....and the Valley Sings is an original landscape painting by Helen Howells. The artist has endeavoured to capture her beloved South Wales landscape, by drawing upon emotional responses, and guided only by her memories, prior to lockdown. The light across the mountains symbolises the happier times that are to come, when lockdown restrictions are lifted. Helen Howells is an artist living and working in the historic village of Caerleon in South Wales. Helen initially trained as a nurse, however following a career break whilst she raised her family, she took the decision not to return to nursing but to pursue her original ambition to become a fine artist. Upon completion of a Foundation Art course at the University of South Wales in Caerleon, in which she gained a distinction, Helen embarked upon establishing herself as an artist, focusing primarily on the dramatic Welsh seascapes and landscapes which she loves. Working predominantly in oil on canvas, she uses brush and palette knife marks to create rich textures which have been described as sensitive and expressive. Helen uses a semi abstract style to capture the essence of the image, drawing upon her experiences and deep emotional connection with the Welsh countryside. Her work focuses on the dynamic nature of light, and its interaction with the surrounding environment. The creation of each painting is an emotional journey in which Helen endeavours to engage the viewer to reach their own interpretation.