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  • Helen Fryer

I'm thrilled to be the subject of a feature in the June edition of Cumbria Life. They took some lovely photos of me, here are a couple.

With Mac, above High Ireby

At the studio

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  • Helen Fryer

Sorry for the long delay since the last post. I'm just coming out of my winter hibernation, which has culminated, as usual, with a cross-country skiing trip to Finland.

I'm now making a start on this year's paintings. Following the renewal of my relationship with the North Cumbrian Fells last year, I'm concentrating again on the Scottish West Coast where a lot of my earlier work was based. Now that I'm based in Cumbria, I'm having to make more of an effort to visit those locations which I know offer the greatest inspiration, but that's no great hardship.

I have an exhibition planned in August, at the Birch Tree Gallery in Edinburgh. Its a wonderful, bijou gallery gallery on Dundas Street, the exhibition is called Beachcomings and runs from the 2 - 31 Aug. If you're going to be visiting the Festival, do pop in!

Finally, I'll shortly be exhibiting at a new gallery, Northern Makes in Bollington, Cheshire. This is a very new and exciting gallery which is rapidly making a name for itself and already exhibits a number of excellent artists.

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  • Helen Fryer

My new solo exhibition, "Helen Fryer, Returning Home" will be opening on 10th November at Castlegate House Gallery, Cockermouth. It includes around 30 new works from the last year, covering the period since my return to the area in Cumbria in which I spent my formative years. This time, though, I've experienced it through the eyes of an Artist, and I hope I've captured its many moods.

The new works will be uploaded to this site over the coming weeks.

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