I work as an artist and an arts consultant advising individual and corporate clients.
I recently valued an insurance company's art collection gained in a company takeover. They were surprised to find quite valuable prints in their previously unappreciated collection.
I still study philosophy and fine art and create stream of consciousness paintings.
I owned and ran my own gallery for 7 years in Fitzwilliam Street Peterborough and I am still absorbed daily in painting,
either creating, exhibiting or working on private collections.
I have been exhibiting since 1996, mainly in England but also in Bourges France, representing Peterborough. My work has has found many enthusiastic
collectors. I have sold more than 300 of my own original paintings.
I create organic multi layered paintings in style and meaning.
I oscillate between the Abstract Expressionist obsession
with the sole, two dimensionality of the surface and the
Theosophist need to find a soul and communicate something
deep, mystical and meaningful through the painting.
The experimentation, variety, spontaneity or out- pourings
of current thoughts, influences and travels onto the painted
surface satisfies some need in me whilst at the same time
producing an image the viewer can find some form of identity
Awarded City of London Water City Residency
BA Degree in Fine Art, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
MA Degree in Painting, Chelsea, London
CROSSING THE ROCK, Art Space Gallery, London
Art Space Gallery, London
Café Alba, Hackney
New Greenham Arts, New Greenham Park, Newbury
Turtle Arts, Nottingham
Art house, Peterborough
Stanton Guildhouse, Gloucs.
Arthur Andersen, London
Bromley By Bow Centre, London
Mosaic, Highgate, London
Portraits of Volunteers, Bromley By Bow Centre
Sue Williams Gallery, London
Sue Williams Gallery, London
+ many, many group exhibitions
Scott - Life Drawings
Mike Scott studied at Leicester College of Art in the 1960s.
He became Art Teacher at the local County Grammar School
until retirement. Mike held regular life drawing sessions at his house for
more than 20 years.He moved to Snettisham but frequently made trips back to Peterborough until his sudden death.
Mike took inspiration from the artists
John Piper and painted a variety of subjects in a wide
range of media, and mainly concentrated on architectural
themes. Mike liked to create with pen and ink drawing, life drawing, gouache and water colour painting and pastel drawing, sometimes combining all of them in mixed media paintings. He illustrated many churches, colleges,
and other historical buildings,and took a particular
interest not only in the construction but the character,
atmosphere and sense of history of the subject.
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80 cm x 1m - hand stretched box canvas, acrylic paint. Impasto in places, layered in thin in others.
Original, designer, artist creation in paint -
- one off exclusive -
by Helen Mould - me -
1m x 1 m x 4cm deep
impasto, sgraffito, acrylic
on quality canvas from Cornellisons of London
Linleys of London requested a red hot triptych to use in a photoshoot but I do not have a copy.
Jackson Scott was photographed with my paintings
It was great to see the following nomination by Peterborough portrait artist Tony Nero - 2012
I would like to Nominate Helen Mould as my unsung hero for her contributions to art in Peterborough. Helen who previously ran the Art House on Fitzwilliam Street in the center of town for some years was actually the first person to give me an opportunity to show my work here in Peterborough. I came to the city in 1999 from London, had no friends and knew nothing of the art scene in Peterborough. After putting up one of my paintings in the front window of the Art House, this lead to a few commissions.
Helen kept encouraging me to join the Peterborough Artists Open Studios. I strongly feel that someone like Helen who has helped paved the way for art in the city deserves to be nominated. It was most kind of Tony to remember the things I did to help him (and lots of other emerging artist). The nomination did go any further - I was told it was because it was more than 5 years ago - however it gave me as much pleasure as I gave effort.
Enlightenment 1m x 1m Acrylic on box canvas
Revisting St Ives oil painting on 5cm deep canvas by Helen Mould
1 m square £525
Mandarin Harvest by Helen Mould
41 x 56 cm Stetched canvas
Love Song by Helen Mould
Image size 38 x 46 cm
Original for sale
attractively framed with 2.5 cm black cushion frame, and approx 15 cm white mount with black core.
better image to follow - (new camera now)
Helen Mould 1 m x 1.2 m oil on self stretched, heavy duty, gallery style canvas
Helen Mould, BA (Hons) MA, Ripening -Acrylic on Canvas 1 m.sq.
CORNFIELD (Our house from the Road) by Elizabeth Gidry £55
An original, extremely well executed. pastel drawing of Grass Carp by Angling Times artist Colin Hodgson £150 mounted for your choice of frame.
Frank Creber BA, MA,
Awarded City of London Water City Residency.
Large oil painting on Canvas 71 x 81 cm - Framed.
Loose Pointilist stlye by London artist. Shows a woman running through trees with large aeroplane in distance.
£450 or OFFERS
PAT MALLINSON, Home Comforts in Sri Lanka, pastel,signed, large 56 x 48 cm MOUNTED AND FRAMED (under glass). £375
Sri Lanka, a beautiful and timelessly popular country. Often referred to under various pseudonyms, from Ceylon to Pearl of the Orient and the Tear of India to Serendib (the origin of the word Serendipity, - see Helen Mould painting Serendipity -), despite these many guises, ask anyone who has ever travelled here and they will talk of its obvious its attractions, unchanging and inherently stunning lanscapes, beaches, wildlife, temples and palaces.
This original colour pastel drawing is by Pat Mallinson,
a former London resident who used to specialise in etchings of Kenwood, Waterlow Park, Hampstead Heath, Sailing and the english countryside. She then moved to Kent and spent a lot of time travelling with her husband and this pastel of Home Comforts in Sri Lanka captures the atmosphere of her travels there.
In 2007, two portfolios fetched €1m each: the most famous series – that of Marilyn Monroe (1967) – went under the hammer for £680,000 on 20 June 2007 at Christie’s in London, followed four months later by 10 Mao prints (1972) which fetched £720,000 at the same auctioneer.
An affordable market
The price of a print, like that of any artwork, depends on the fame of the artist, the subject, the format, the condition and the number of editions (rarity is clearly valued… standard laws of economics oblige). The combination of these factors with certain fashions in the contemporary art field occasionally pushes the price of certain prints up to truly astonishing levels. The print market nevertheless remains a niche of affordable works of which 75 to 85% of them sell for under €2,000. With a budget from €100 to 500, young buyers often start their collections with signatures that are well-known, reassuring and affordable.
you do not see an image here to suit your taste please email me
and I will be able to send images of the current gallery stock not
featured in the catalogue. Alternatively I can paint something to
suit your requirement.
Mould, BA (Hons) MA, Quintessence Acrylic on paper, 30" x 24""
This page has prints, original pastel drawing, original oil painting and original acrylic painting, by educated and schooled artists. Some nationally recognised British artists.Contemporary artist such as Jack Yates, abstract artists such as Ivan Picelj, Helen Mould Photo realist paintings, drawing and early Victorian artist William Alfred Delemotte, 1775 - 1853 Contemporary of
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LONDON. A “fake” in the Courtauld Gallery, believed to be by the master forger Han van Meegeren (1889-1947), is a genuine Dutch Golden Age painting, new research has revealed. It is a version of The Procuress, a 1622 brothel scene by Dirck van Baburen, which is also depicted in the background of two works by Vermeer. It is now believed that the Courtauld’s painting may, in fact, be the work that Vermeer once had.
The Courtauld’s painting of The Procuress was acquired in 1960, when it was donated as a Van Meegeren. Arguably the most notorious faker of the 20th century, he forged a series of early “Vermeers”. He was only exposed in 1945, after being accused of selling a newly discovered Vermeer to the Nazi military leader, Hermann Goering. .... read the www.artnewspaper.com for more articles like this.
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