Psyche veils and unveils layers of potent meanings, flashes of light that come and go behind the curtain of physical, constructed space called reality. My work uses reproductions of surfaces found in the manmade environment, working with them in collage-based abstractions. Through painting, collage, and sculpture, I seek to playfully question one’s reality-perception process.
Born in 1987, Helena Parriott is a painter, sculptor, and performance artist living and working in New York. She received a BFA From California College of arts, in 2010. She was included in the 2003 student exchange program in traditional glass making practices at Zelezny Brod Technical Glass High School in the Czech Republic. Her work has been included in several group shows in New York area galleries such as Novella Gallery, VICTORI + MO, Centotto, and UrbanGlass. In 2016 Parriott was awarded a fellowship at the Creative Glass Center of America in Wheaton, NJ, during this time, she presented a lecture at Tyler School of Art, at Temple University, in Philadelphia, PA.