artist@helenhancock.com

I am currently working on a series of artwork, Treasured, recording objects that have been in the family care, in some cases for over 150 years. The objects have a connection to a family story and a person.

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The series of work “Silk” reflected on living with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.

“Silk” was first exhibited in 2002 at the Toowoomba Regional Gallery then accepted by Queensland Arts Council as a touring exhibition, 2006-2007. Moranbah, Julie Creek, Yeppon, Cloncurry, Bowen, Mungindi, Texas, Gympie, Biloela, Tully.

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different techniques, subjects and medium.
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From 1991 after I had settled into the studio outside Toowoomba, I have painted the Darling Downs landscape, its changing  patterns and colours of the different seasons.

6pm 
Balonne River Gallery, Surat. June 2002
Dalby Regional Gallery. April 2001
Doggett Street Studio, Brisbane. August 2000

A Landscape of Drought 
Bauhaus Art Gallery, Brisbane 1995
Dalby Regional Gallery May 2001

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The assemblages above is part of a series which was created to tell the story of the removal of my family beach house (built by my great uncle) from Southport to become my studio outside Toowoomba.
The artwork was accepted as part of the touring exhibition “Waste Not: Post-packed”, Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery.
(toured Townsville, Cairns, Brisbane, Bundaberg, Mackay, Thuringowa, Gladstone, Logan and Sydney, 1995-96)

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Cityscapes
Top left: Brisbane expressway 1987 – Gouache
Acquired at Suncorp Art Awards, 1987 for the Suncorp Art Collection
Top right: Expo 1988 – Gouache
Bottom left: Windy City 1989 Oil paint & collage on paper
Bottom right: Darwin 2011 Watercolour


artist@helenhancock.com

Toowoomba Australia