helen glassford

too soon to tell
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periphery
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outward
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inaccessible IV
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sea change
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inaccessible III
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inaccessible II
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one way journey
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thickening light
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slow evening
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pink memory
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fast light
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everything in-between
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marooned
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dancing light
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that journey
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wild side
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artist helen glassford painting in her studio
helen glassford

Helen Glassford is a contemporary Scottish landscape artist who was born in Lancaster and brought up in Cumbria in The Lake District. Having studied Fine Art Drawing and Painting at Dundee's Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, and later a Master's in Fine Art, she went on to settle on the North East Coast of Fife, co-founding the Tatha gallery in Newport-on-Tay. 

From her base on the East coast of Scotland, Glassford regularly travels to some of the most remote locations in the UK in order to immerse herself in the rugged landscape and unpredictable weather patterns which these northerly regions have to offer. Full sensory experiences, rather than visual perceptions alone, are the tools which this artist draws upon to inform her work. The resulting expressive abstract landscape paintings hint at horizon, sea, sky and land, blurring the lines of where each of these elements begins and ends. In exploring these liminal spaces, Glassford captures and evokes the memory of a single moment in place and time.

Her much sought-after paintings are regularly exhibited throughout the UK and Europe, and are held in both public and private collections worldwide.

artist helen glassford painting in her studio
helen glassford

Helen Glassford is a contemporary Scottish landscape artist who was born in Lancaster and brought up in Cumbria in The Lake District. Having studied Fine Art Drawing and Painting at Dundee's Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, and later a Master's in Fine Art, she went on to settle on the North East Coast of Fife, co-founding the Tatha gallery in Newport-on-Tay. 

From her base on the East coast of Scotland, Glassford regularly travels to some of the most remote locations in the UK in order to immerse herself in the rugged landscape and unpredictable weather patterns which these northerly regions have to offer. Full sensory experiences, rather than visual perceptions alone, are the tools which this artist draws upon to inform her work. The resulting expressive abstract landscape paintings hint at horizon, sea, sky and land, blurring the lines of where each of these elements begins and ends. In exploring these liminal spaces, Glassford captures and evokes the memory of a single moment in place and time.

Her much sought-after paintings are regularly exhibited throughout the UK and Europe, and are held in both public and private collections worldwide.