Helen was a Canadian impressionist painter. She was
born in Toronto and became deaf at a young age.
Being an impressionist painter she used relatively
small but visible strokes. They paint in a way that
allows you to see the lighting on the painting. She
used only paint on her pictures. I liked this picture
because of the lighting and her delicate pictures that
had people in them.
Michael was first noticed for his paintings when he
was 8 years old, when he entered an art gallery in
London. Later Michael started a new style of artwork,
which is making him world-renowned. He has taken
primitive a step farther and added depth and
perspective. He calls it contemporary/primitive.
Michael uses ink washes also fine detailed ink
drawings. I enjoyed his work because of the different
colours that he uses.
He was born in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
Average frequently donates work to charitable
causes, such as Vancouver's annual Art for
Life auction. Average is known for his cheerful,
colorful, cartoon-like work, including images of
flowers, animals and insects, and people. Joe usually
uses paint on his pictures. I like his pictures because
they are simple and unique.