• Walpole British Luxury Awards

    October 2014

    Helen Amy Murray has been shortlisted for the Walpole British Luxury Awards in the category Luxury Craftsmanship! We are thrilled to be among such prestigious talent and look forward to the awards on Monday 3rd November 2014 at The Victoria & Albert Museum.

  • Crafted, Royal Academy of Arts

    April 2014

    For the second year running Helen's artwork is to be featured at the Crafted: Makers of the Exceptional exhibition. This comprarviagraes24.com year it is in a suitably grand space at the Royal Academy of Arts. Helen is exhibiting ‘Peacock’ (shown here) and ‘Skulls & Roses’.

  • Carl F. Bucherer, Baselworld

    March 2014

    Carl F. Bucherer are again displaying the window panels we created last year for their impressive stand at Baselworld 2014. They commissioned a new floral panel based on their new watch line, a detail of which is shown here.

  • 'Linnaea Borealis' 2014

    March 2014

    Helen recently completed this artwork commission for a https://www.acheterviagrafr24.com/achat-viagra/ private client in Switzerland. Helen developed the artwork to feature the national flower of Sweden - the Linnaea Borealis (commonly known as the Twinflower), to make to artwork personal to the client's Swedish heritage. Helen appliquéd silk crepe satin on suede before handsculpting the abstract floral details.

  • ‘Flamingos’ 2013

    January 2014

    Helen’s viagra sans ordonnance latest artwork depicts a pair of flamingos basking in sunrays. Her illustration is handsculpted into a golden suede with a subtle glitter shimmer, chosen specifically for https://www.viagrasansordonnancefr.com/viagra-en-pharmacie/ the artworks sundrenched destination in Australia, where it has recently landed.

  • Aynhoe Park

    November 2013

    Two of Helen's artworks, 'Skulls & Roses', and 'Peacock' are part of the private sale titled ‘A Modern Grand Tour – A Collection of Curiosities’ at Aynhoe Park this month.

  • Masters of Craft Awards

    October 2013

    This month Helen Amy Murray won the Interiors and Objects category of the Balvenie Masters of Crafts Awards, hosted at Somerset House. The awards programme champions British craftsmanship and those who devote their working lives to it. Helen wowed the judges with the level of skill and intricacy involved in creating her hand sculpted textiles.

  • Cartier Summer 2013

    August 2013

    Helen Amy Murray acheter viagra Ltd. has collaborated with Cartier for their summer windows, currently showing in four flagship boutiques, including London's New Bond Street.

  • Architema Special Edition

    July 2013

    Architema recently commissioned Helen’s ‘Bloom’ leather upholstery for another pair of their Special Edition Bergerina chairs. https://www.viagrasansordonnancefr.com/viagra-en-pharmacie/

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  • Carl F. Bucherer, Baselworld

    May 2013

    We are delighted to present the photos from our collaboration with fine swiss watchmakers Carl F. Bucherer on windows for their imposing stand at Baselworld 2013. We worked closely to a brief to create 6 very different window designs for each of their watch collections. The central designed panels were W120 x H220cm and were an impressive sculptural backdrop to the watch displays. Please visit the Collaborations section of this site to see more photos.

  • Crafted, Somerset House

    April 2013

    The Crafted: Makers of the Exceptional exhibition at Somerset House was a great success. Helen https://www.acheterviagrafr24.com/achat-viagra/ (shown here) exhibited her new artwork 'Conversation', hand sculpted in iridescent gold fabric.

  • 'Conversation' 2013

    April 2013

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  • The Rug Company Blog

    July 2011

    Helen has a Designer Collection with the Rug Company and they visited Helen at her London studio for an insight into her work. When approached by Chris and Suzanne Sharp with the Designer Collection opportunity she simply said she would like to see some of her signature designs realised with the same aesthetic that she creates in her textiles. The process of course is entirely different but the results are a great likeness and emanate Helen's love of surface relief. Please take a look at the blog and also at the Collaborations section of this site for more images of the rugs.

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