Entries by Helena

Floating Land

Excited to be selected to participate in the 2021 Floating Land: at the edge of ideas, with Rosie Lloyd-Giblett and Yanni Van Zijl. This annual event is scheduled 9th – 24th October 2021 and sponsored by Noosa Regional Art Gallery and is Australia’s premiere art and environment event.

Milburn Art Prize Finalist

Wind Mill in a Timeless Land, 2020, Acrylic and earth pigment on sewn canvas, 150x144cm, $3900 The work is from my “Of the desert” series which was based on time spent at an artist residency at Curtin Springs Station in the Northern Territory. It depicts a broken windmill returning to the earth from whence it […]

John Leslie Art Prize Finalist

‘Red Shore’ has been selected as a finalist in the John Leslie Art Prize 2020, presented by Gippsland Art Gallery. I’m delighted to have my work selected in the shortlist for this prestigious prize. On view from 18th July to 25th October 2020.   Image: ‘Red Shore’ 2019, Acrylic, oil, and earth pigment,  on sewn canvas,125 x 170cm. […]

Adaption Exhibition Redland Art Gallery

2 Feb – 8 Mar 2020 Monday to Friday 9am – 4pm Sunday 9am – 2pm Adaption is an exhibition that reflects on the many values of healthy environments – ones we create for ourselves as communities and those larger forces beyond our control.  Featuring work by Queensland artists Miles Allen, Helena Jackson-Lloyd and Nicola […]

20 Days on the Island (17-22 October 2017)

20 Days on the Island is the culmination of works produced from an artist residency at Bruny Island with artists Helena Jackson Lloyd Donna Malone Lorna Crane 17.10.17- 22.10.17 Percolator Gallery 134 Latrobe Tce Padddington Q 4064