Last year I launched the “collectable” range of signed prints on an 8 inch box canvas format for the teacup range of paintings, complete with hanging ribbon. I have extended the collectable range to include some venice paintings and also some landscape paintings. If you would like to purchase one of these little beauties, simply email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send one out to you in the post. Simply send a cheque for £40 (which includes £5 postage) and I will post it out to you.
10% of profits raised through the sale of Helen Parsley paintings is donated to charities. Over the last 12 months we have been privileged to support:
Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice (via “Cue Ball” )
Project Caleb, working with young people coming out of prison
The Message Trust, working in the 4% most deprived areas of Britain
River of Life orphanage, school and church in Uganda
Aids Link International
Nefarious, anti human traficing
Life Association, working with Dalets in India
Kibera School in Kenya
Helen Parsley Stand 30 RCAF A Yorkshire woman born and bred, although a Lancastrian by adoption, Helen Parsley has deep roots in Sheffield. From early childhood she had ambitions to become an artist and spent every spare minute drawing and painting. Helen is glad she did not follow the advice of her career officer at school, who said there were no openings for an artist in Sheffield and suggested that she took up window dressing as an outlet for her artistic bent. … read more (http://www NULL.readingcontemporaryartfair NULL.co NULL.uk/#/contemporary-art-fair-blog/4574349147/Featured-Artist-Helen-Parsley/5471812)
Title: READING CONTEMPORARY ART SHOW
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Description: I’ve done this exhibition quite a few times and its a really nice exhibition. There’s a wide variety of top quality artists and its a really well ran show.
I will be showing all my new things and some of the usual things of course!
It would be lovely if you can pop down for a chat and a look!
First of all I want to apologise to miss Forsyth, For nearly causing a mental breakdown. What I was only six At the time. I remember she used to bring her little Bedlington terrier into school, that used to wander around under the tables like a little wooly lamb. Actually i’m just the same as I was back then! But I think I am actually going to grow out of this phase, don’t worry Miss Forsyth, I’m going to be okay.
2013 EXHIBITION SEASON HAS ARRIVED!
I’m so excited….my first exhibition is happening next weekend, Easter weekend in Lymm. I’s a solo exhibition, so no other artists exhibiting…free entry with loads of paintings to see, both signed prints and originals.
Saturday (30th March) 11am – 5pm
Sunday (31st March) 11am – 5pm
Monday (1st April) 11am – 5pm
Place: Lymm Village Hall, Lymm, Cheshire. The Village Hall is situated in the heart of Lymm next to the car park at the bottom of the hill.
About a week ago I joined facebook! I’m a techno wizard now thanks to my daughter haha!
I’ll boring you to death with my trivial life and posting photos of each new painting and even of paintings as I’m doing them maybe… we’ll see how it pans out!
So pop by and ‘like’ my page! Just copy and paste the URL into your browser
Love Helen x
Saw this is an in-flight magazine this summer and it made me laugh big belly laughs so much the whole of the flight, and the man next to me thought there was something wrong with me I’m sure. Even looking at it now gives me the giggles!
Heres a link to the article online about it
Church Fresco Destroyed by Rogue DIY Pensioner (http://www NULL.telegraph NULL.co NULL.uk/news/worldnews/europe/spain/9492805/19th-century-church-fresco-destroyed-by-rogue-DIY-pensioner NULL.html)