Link graduated with a BA hons degree in fine art from Kent Institute of
Art and Design, Canterbury (now the UCA ) in 2005
and lives in
Whitstable Kent. Helen as well as being a practising artist using a
variety of materials and ideas heads up
woodcarving projects and enjoys
encouraging experimental art with local art
Dance to the invisibility of time
have the ability to bring together many strands of thought that whirl
around in our minds creating a cacophony of emotions. They evade
all attempts to become tangible; they are there, however, just the
same. They lurk in our minds just enough to make their presence
felt, they have the ability to invade objects, saturating them with
Memories of a previous time seem to be able to dwell in ‘thin’ places,
and ride through sounds that bring them very close in an instant. They
dance invisibly in front of our inner eye defying definition.
My work, has always held a fascination with what is there
but is just out of reach. It has been and still is an artist’s attempt
to make something that is invisible, visible. Something that has been
created, something instilled in a moment of time, or a thought, a
connection, a relationship. Memories from our own past or from a collective past give us form and
identity that can lead us forward to discover more about ourselves,
more about life, even life beyond ourselves, to God if we listen.
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