The magnificent obsession of Helen Clapcott is to paint one industrial valley in Stockport and chart its mutations and evolution into a commuter corridor.
One of the very few artists working in tempera, Helen Clapcott’s paintings are a celebration of light and change, and show a deep appreciation of a unique landscape.
Born in Blackpool, Helen Clapcott studied Fine Arts at Liverpool Polytechnic and the Royal Academy Schools and has received both a Green Shield Foundation Award and the David Murray Landscape Award. For a short time she was also a pupil of William Ralph Turner.
She has had one-woman exhibitions at Stockport Art Gallery; Salford City Art Gallery; The New Ashgate Gallery, Farnham; Scolar Fine Art, London and has exhibited regularly at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions.Her work is in a number of public collections.