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Passion and sex in the technicolor world by Helen Beard

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2 September 2019

Through colors and shapes, the English artist Helen Beard represents erotic fantasies from an exclusively feminine point of view.

Born in 1971, Helen Beard was born in Birmingham and studied art at the Bournemouth and Poole college of Art and Design. Her creativity does not end with a single artistic form, but Helen has experimented with collage, embroidery, sculpture and finally with painting. 

After years and years of practice, she has developed a technique and a pictorial style recognizable among a thousand others. At the center of his art, we find the themes of passion and sex captured from a female point of view. The representation of these subjects takes shape through a personal interpretation of the bodies taken in moments of intimacy that break up. Every part, every limb, almost every muscle are seen as a single form with its own color. 

You will find yourself in front of images overflowing with colors, each element as well as being exasperated and exaggerated brings with it the strength of passion, which strikes the viewer without too many frills. 

In our gallery you can find a selection of Helen Beard’s works, to find out more visit her website and her Instagram profile

Helen Beard | Collater.al
Helen Beard | Collater.al
Helen Beard | Collater.al
Helen Beard | Collater.al
Helen Beard | Collater.al
Helen Beard | Collater.al
Helen Beard | Collater.al
Helen Beard | Collater.al
Helen Beard | Collater.al
Helen Beard | Collater.al
Helen Beard | Collater.al

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