Helen Cadogan Portfolio

Boadicea (2011, 23" x 27", 12 epi) has its origins in an Ann Althouse image evocative of the Iceni warrior queen who bled and died for her people.
Iceni Wolf's Head (2010, 6.5" x 6.75", 12 epi) is a small segment of Boadicea.
If Not, Why Not? (2010, 3.5" x 5.5", 12 epi) is a playful exploration of line and shape.
Tan Tan, (2010, 12 epi) is a memory of eponymous music, and bandleaders such as the Dutchie Brothers and Fitzvaughn Ryan of my mother's generation.
Thar Be Monsters Out Thar (2012, 10" x 15", 12 epi) was inspired by Ann Althouse’s photo of some evergreens. It reminds that great evil can be found in innocent-seeming things.
The Eye of the Beholder (2011, 12.5" x 11.75", 12 epi) inspired by galactic probe images, makes us wonder who is looking at us from the depths of the universe.
Let There Be Light (July 2013, 16.75" x 15", 12 epi) was inspired by the images from the galactic probes, and explores what it was like when God spake all into being.
Men Without Limits (July 2014, 8″ x 12″, 18 epi) was inspired by Susan Johnson’s novels and is an ode to men who achieve.
The Bèlè Dancer (2015, 40” x 40”)  celebrates Ruann Carballo, and explores the Bèlè Queen and the beauty of the dance.
No Exit (2015, 7" x 9.5”, 20 epi) is a nod to Jean Paul Satre’s Huis Clos, the harshness of a situation from which there is no exit.