Myth and Wonder - The Visionary Art of Helena Domenic
 
About Helena
Helena Domenic Artist Biography
 
Helena Domenic was born in Vicenza, Italy where she developed a love of art at a very early age, touring the Sistine Chapel at the age of eighteen months. Helena received her BFA in Fine Art from Kutztown University and her MA in Art Education from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She currently teaches Art History, African Art, Drawing, and Painting at Cheyney University of Pennsylvania. Helena completed her MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts at Goddard College in Plainfield, Vermont. Helena’s work at Goddard was focused upon the nexuses between visual and performing arts, ritual and theater, and serving one’s community through the arts, as well as a concentration in African Studies.
 
Helena is currently an Assistant Professor of Fine Art at Cheyney University in Cheyney, Pennsylvania where she teaches Art History, African Art, Drawing, and Watercolor. Helena is also the Director of Biddle Hall Art Gallery At Cheyney, where she organizes exhibitions of faculty, student and alumni artwork as well as exhibitions from outside the university community.
 
 
Helena’s artwork has appeared in publications such as Faerie magazine, Green Egg, Sage Woman, and other publications. In addition to teaching at Cheyney, Helena has taught at The University of the Arts, and a variety of conferences and festivals around the country. Helena has organized art exhibits for the Cheyney University campus and her work has appeared in art galleries around the world.
 
 
Helena currently lives in Exton with her husband Sean and three cats: Bella, Piper, and Cassandra.