Helen Paul


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Helen Paul lives in Salt Lake City, Utah where her main sources of inspiration come from the simple beauty of everyday life, her seven cherished grandchildren and her home life with her devoted husband, Bob. Noted for a fresh style and use of color palettes ranging in spectrum from bold to soft, Helen Paul has found her specialty in the watercolor medium. Her original paintings and prints have been accepted in many exhibits and have graced galleries, professional establishments and homes around the world. A strong Interior Design background has brought Helen many achievements including magazine features in Better Homes & Gardens and Decorating & Craft Ideas. Her participation in Salt Lake City's Parade of Homes awarded her interior designs the "Best in Show" honor and the vote for "People's Favorite." Recognized as one of today's foremost children's artist, Helen has an amazing ability to see into the eyes of children and bring their tenderness to the canvas. With the stroke of a brush she can bring to life dolls, bears and toys of all kinds. Occasionally, even Helen's adorable grandchildren show up in her paintings. In addition to her children's designs, Helen's work reflects a diverse range of subjects incorporating current trends and colors that compliment today's homes. Be it a Country, Southwestern, Traditional, or Contemporary flair, Helen loves to paint fresh flowers, gardens, pottery and many other objects of affection acquired on her worldwide travels with Bob. Helen Paul's artwork is licensed to a variety of manufacturers who create gifts items and home d├ęcor products such as ceramics, handbags, clothing, needlework, and children's toys. Her creative images in both print and merchandise have met tremendous success throughout the world. "I love the spontaneous movement of the paint on a fresh, white sheet of paper. The colors and movement of the water often lead me in many directions. It is an exhilarating experience when the eyes, hands, mind and heart all work together." - Helen Paul