Helen has spent the last several years establishing her reputation as a truly gifted contemporary fine artist. Hailing from Dalton, PA Helen received her primary education in the arts within Northeastern Pennsylvania including a Liberal Arts degree from Keystone College in Laplume and a degree in Painting and Illustration from Luzerne County Community College. Helen completed her training under the guidance of nationally renowned realist Anthony Waichulis.
Helen continues to exhibit nationally and her work is sought after by many knowledgeable collectors across the country, from the John Pence Gallery in San Francisco to to the Salmagundi Club of New York, Helen's work continued to garner attention and accolades. While she continues to appear in most major art publication regularly, Helen's work recently touched upon international acclaim with her top honors in the U.K. Wildscape's Wildlife Painter of the Year competition, and was awarded First Place in the Animal Category by the Art Renewal Center.
Helen's work reflects her passion for animals and her love of nature. She is known to be extremely proficient working with traditional media in which her artistic concepts are brought to successful fruition. Helen continues to reside in Dalton, PA with her husband and maintains a studio where she continues to pursue her career with unwavering dedication.