Helen de Sybel
Helen de Sybel studied History of Art in Italy and went on to train at Harrow and Camberwell School of Art where she gained a BA (Hons) and was selected as part of Christie's 'Pick of the Graduates'. She works from her studio in East London and exhibits regularly with galleries and as part of the Shoreditch Community.
Helen is currently Artist in Residence at St. Martin's Church, Gospel Oak, London, where she is exhibiting an installation of twelve paintings based on The Old Testament. Recent exhibitions include 'Works on Paper' at the Shipton Gallery, British Painting 11 at the Project Space Bermondsey, and annual exhibitions at the Highgate Contemporary Gallery and the Anna Lovely Gallery.
Major Projects include a series of collages based on Milton's 'Paradise Lost', now in private collections in the UK and USA, and 'Urban Journeys', oil and mixed media, an exploration of the human condition depicted through isolation and uncertainty.