Sue Helmot is an artist living in the remote outback coastal town of Carnarvon in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia. Sue’s art studio is a base from which she ventures out into a vast array of unique and beautiful landscapes. Currently Sue is developing a new body of work inspired by a camping trip last spring, exploring the wild, ancient land of Kennedy Range National Park.
“Walking with my paints gives me a sense of freedom and a chance to connect with nature. I walk until I find a spot where it feels right to sit peacefully and take it all in. I love colour. Paint becomes my eyes and my words. A way of responding to and sharing how it feels to be in these beautiful landscapes that move me.” – Sue.