Paintings by Hellen
~~ Fine Art Gourds & More ~~
Southwest ~ Native American Indian Inspired ~ Wildlife ~ Western
Faux Leather Tooling ~ Pyrography Woodburning ~ Power Carving
Pine Needle Coiling ~ Closed Coiling ~ Antlers ~ Acrylic Painting
Colored Pencil Painting ~ Metal Coating & Patinas
Instructional Gourd Books ~ Gourd Classes ~ Gourd Retreats
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Because there are many gourd artists who are unable to attend classes, she decided to write gourd instructional books that will teach her techniques and share tips of information she has learned. These books are very detailed and have Illustrations and/or step-by-step photos with written instructions. Hellen has taught students from Holland, Belgium, France, New Zealand, Germany, and USA. She travels to many states to teach at gourd festivals and retreats as well as teaches private lessons in her home. Each student receives a booklet with step-by-step photos/illustrations and detail written instructions to take home with them just in case they forget what they learned.
Paintings by Hellen ® Chandler,TX 75758
Updated: July 2, 2017
Viewers as of July 2, 2017: 81,976
The designs within this web site are original designs of Hellen Martin.
Under NO circumstances may they be used or reproduced in any form.
Hellen Martin is a national/international gourd artist. She prepares her fine art on gourds, wood, Cyprus Knees and other mediums utilizing her
carving, painting, pyrographing, woodburning, closed coiling, and pine needle coiling skills. She adds a more modern look to her work using metal coating and various partinas. She incorporates antlers, beads, and walnut slices on her pieces. Her gourd art is unique and shows her love of her work and her Blackfoot and Comanche heritage. She has won numerous awards for her painting, pine needle coiling, woodburning, and closed coiling. Since she applies her techniques on all her gourds, visit each page in order to view all her art. Hellen's Indian Maidens are one of her trademarks. Her maidens are known for having no facial features and vivid colored robes. Most of the Indian maidens are painted, but she has also started doing some of them with colored pencils that appear to be painted.
Hellen started applying her techniques to other mediums in 2016. She is enjoying the variety.
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