Unique. Helen Carnac is an internationally acclaimed artist, working with vitreous enamels on steel. Helen comments, "I aim to record not only my thought process but also the connection of hand, eye and mind in a non-verbal discourse, whilst highlighting the cyclical nature of my making process and the marks and rhythms of my drawing process, which resonate and confer with my object-making processes." Helen’s work is held in both national and international collections, including the Racine Art Museum, USA. She has taught extensively in the UK and USA including Virginia Commonwealth University and Penland Mountain School, North Carolina.