Designer of Come in for a Yarn, It's 5 O'clock Somewhere, Aussie People, One People, Manta Ray, Which Way, Retro Caravan, Turtle Journey - Working with Recycled Mats since 2013
Helen started drawing when she was really young and art has been a part of her life ever since. Art has its influence in almost everything she does.
"It's a heartfelt communication, it's how I connect with my world and my spirit."
Helen has worked with ceramics, acrylics, community and festival arts, sculpture and textiles.
Today, she focuses on graphic design.
"My work is a reflection of the forests around me and a celebration of the land. It is done in honour of the animals, their relationship with the land, with each other and with us."
Helen has recently started work in a Rehabilitation centre, helping people connect with their creativity as a path to healing their lives.
"I love this work and the art we create shines with new beginnings."
To learn more about Helen, or enquire about her work, please send her a DM through Facebook at , visit www.facebook.com/HelenPriceSunnyCoastIndigenousDesign