Capturing the transient effects of natural light is one if the exciting aspects about working with these materials.  Colour and texture evolves and dissipates under different weather conditions.

"Stained glass windows have been gracing the wall’s of church gardens for centuries. Helen can make this concept a reality for the domestic garden. Glass offers plenty of opportunity to play with light in the garden and rather than just hanging art onto a garden wall, there may be opportunity to incorporate art into a garden wall itself."

Felicty Waters

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  1. Kate avatar
    Kate Nov 8, 2010

    It is very interesting.Rock and glass or metal - simply and beautiful.

  2. Karin avatar
    Karin Jan 9, 2011

    I love your work.  The stone and mosaic and metal combine to make gorgeous pieces.  What wonderful talent.

  3. Rozz avatar
    Rozz Apr 10, 2011

    Your work is stunning.  I like how you incoporate the glass, metal and stone.  Very inspirational.

  4. damon white avatar
    damon white Aug 18, 2011

    inspirational work, you have been my favourite artist/designer for a while now :0)


  5. Marina avatar
    Marina Sep 28, 2011

    The “cold” stone, metal, glass induced with life, almost organic, so sublime, brilliant…

  6. Gisela Gibbon avatar
    Gisela Gibbon Jul 27, 2012

    Swoon!! So beautiful, truly…

  7. lilith avatar
    lilith Oct 27, 2014

    Fabulous work!

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    Helen Nock Jul 23, 2016

    Thanks very much

  9. David Lilly avatar
    David Lilly Nov 1, 2016

    Hi Helen, I was told about your work by Elizabeth Lamont, and she was correct, its gorgeous.

  10. Helen Nock avatar
    Helen Nock Nov 1, 2016

    Oh brilliant!  Thanks very much David :)

  11. Helen Nock avatar
    Helen Nock Nov 1, 2016

    Oh brilliant!  Thanks very much David :)
    Just checked yours out and now have dalle window envy.