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Helen Whittaker Associate
Helen Whittaker's art is in the design and making of stained glass windows and architectural sculptures in copper and glass. Helen uses skills such as figurative glass painting and traditional glazing techniques, combined with striking geometric designs and three-dimensional sculptures in copper employing modern abstract forms.
Helen welcomes new commissions for Barley Studio to design stained glass and sculpture for secular architectural settings as well as church windows and ecclesiastical artworks.
Helen is a lecturer at The Prince's School of Traditional Arts, London. She teaches in schools, works with community groups and lectures to professional organizations on the subject of stained glass.
- 2008: RAF Club, Piccadilly, London. Staircase window (2.38 x 6.14 m)
- 2007: Holy Trinity Church, Rothwell, Northamptonshire. East window-South Aisle (2.5 x 4.6 m)
- 2007: York District Hospital Chapel. Sculpture in copper & glass (1.3 x 2.7 m)
- 2006: St Peter and St Mary’s Church, Stowmarket, Suffolk. Four 3-light windows (each 1.9 x 4.0 m)
- 2004: Beverley Minster. Stained glass window (1.53 x 6.42m), Seating, kneelers, life-size sculpted figures and candlestand based on the theme of pilgrimage.
- 2003: Worksop Priory, Notts. Great West window, St Cuthbert (1.94 x 5.0 m)
- 2002: St Ethelburga's Church, London, Centre for Reconciliation and Peace. East window (3.3 x 3.3 m)
- 2000: Ely Cathedral, Cambridgeshire. New Processional Way. 14 geometric lights