Helen Britton is a multidisciplinary Australian artist based in Munich, Germany. Her practice includes jewellery, sculpture, drawings, stencils and installations, and is informed by popular culture and folk art, threatened traditions, environmental crisis and human anxiety.  

Helen completed a Master of Fine Arts by research at Curtin University, Western Australia in 1999, which included guest studies at the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich, the Sandberg Institute, Amsterdam, and San Diego State University, California. In 1999 she returned to Munich to complete postgraduate study at the Academy of Fine Arts with Otto Künzli. In 2002 she established her Studio in Munich with David Bielander and Yutaka Minegishi. In March of 2011, Helen Drutt-English launched a catalogue of Helen Britton’s work in Munich. In 2013 at the invitation of The Neue Sammlung, Munich, an overview of 20 years of Helen’s work was shown in the Neues Museum, Nürnberg, Germany. In 2017 Helen was invited to create the exhibition “Intersticies”, curated by Ted Snell for the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery at the University of Western Australia, in conjunction with the Festival of Perth. In 2019 Helen Britton was made adjunct Professor of RMIT University in Melbourne. In 2020 Helen was invited by the Bavarian Chamber of Crafts to curate Schmuck for the International Handwerksmesse in Munich.