Helen Juste has been working as a sculptor since graduating, her work is
mainly figuratively based, with the human figure being a fundamental point
Each sculpture works on many differant levels,firstly in a formal aestheitc
sense, abstracted in an attempt to achieve the essence of a relationship and
the purest representaion. Helen also seeks to explore concepts such as
society, individuality and the nature of the human condition .The family
taking on a broader ideology, representing the notion of society and the
idea that a united humanity can overcome inequality. Her work also focuses
on notions of vulnerability and strength, bringing these two characteristics
together to create completion.
Helen works mainly in clay and plaster,with the evolving artwork being cast
into bronze or a variety of contemporary materials. Her work is available in
small limited editions in a variety of materials.