Helen Snell's workspace

Workspace: Helen Snell

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Helen Snell's workspace

Helen Snell plays with the humours and ironic contradictions of uniqueness and mass production, using printmaking, laser cutting, and high and lo-technology. She describes on her creative workspace…

HOME: I draw and paint, fiddle, DAYDREAM,  scrapbook, assemble work, photograph finished pieces, listen to Radio 4 in my studio at home. It is definitely a sanctuary and a bolt hole.

Helen Snell's workspace

PLYMOUTH: I catch the early train to Plymouth College of Art to make the most of my time. The technicians are brilliant. I arrive with my files ready to upload onto the laser cutter. I have to be organised and a bit more business like. It is great to see what the other students are working on, see the latest exhibition in the new college gallery and I also pop into the Peninsula Gallery on my way back to the train station.

Plymouth College of Art

Helen Snell‘s work is part of New Territories exhibition is at the Devon Guild of Craftsmen’s Riverside Gallery until Sunday, February 20.