Portraits Gallery

 I specialise in creating lifelong memories of your family. I create highly detailed, life-like portraits that are painted in soft pastels using reference photos that you supply

Australian artist Helen Komene Art - portait artist

Our day on Windy Island, Fiji | Joshua and Georgia | pastels and pastel pencils on primed paper | 50 x 40 cms framed | Sold, private commission

A husband hired me to create this birthday gift fo his wife and create a great memory of their holiday. Their father wrote “We took a trip from our Fijian resort to an uninhabited island for breakfast. It was a real adventure with very rough seas and was blowing a gale, unlike any weather we'd had our whole trip. Georgia and Joshua weren't worried about the weather and took to exploring to find shells, crabs and bits of washed up coral. They played together and had a great time while mummy and daddy tried to hold down the picnic so that it didn't blow away!”

'Out of Curiosity''

Ollie Anderson aged 9 months

Pastels and pencils on primed paper
73 x 62 cms framed
Sold, private commission

'Ole Blue Eyes' | Lisa 

Pastels and pencils on primed paper
128 x 78 cms framed

'I love you to the moon and stars'

Maiya Ludlow aged 4 months

Pastels and pencils on primed paper
62 x 73 cms framed

TESTIMONIALS

 "Helen from the bottom of my heart I would like to thank you very very much for such an awesome pawtrait of our lil Lissydoo. Words cannot express how I feel looking at it, as probably witnessed today on my first viewing. I know my partner will be over the moon with what you have achieved, and for that I am eternally grateful on such an outstanding job, words fail me." Travis, Port Hedland WA

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“The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance."  Aristotle

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