Online, until 28th June
Smithy Gallery, in the village of Blanefield, north of Glasgow, is showing a major exhibition online this month.
Born in Middlesex in 1960, having studied English and History at York University, Helen Tabor spent a number of years teaching in the Himalayas before settling in the Scottish Borders in 1995.
All her work is in oil on canvas or board, and she is inspired by many of the great Scottish painters of the last century such as William McTaggart, Joan Eardley, Anne Redpath, William Gillies and John Maxwell; she also cites music, her family, the surrounding hills, fields and shores of southern Scotland and Picasso as major influences.
74 Glasgow Rd
Glasgow G63 9HX
Image: The Snow Queen, oil on board