A native of Germany, Helga Browne-Scarlett has been living on the Monterey Peninsula for over thirty-five years. Her artistic expression first found an outlet when she painted as a child with her father in the German folk style know as "Bauern-malerei." She's been a successful working artist for over ten years and now works in acrylics, mixed media, collage, and metal embossing.
Her paintings and artwork can be found in private collections as well as public galleries throughout the United States and Europe. Her work can be seen locally at The Garden Gallery, Local Color in Big Sur, the Lyons Head Gallery in Carmel Valley, and the Monterey Peninsula Art Foundation's gallery on Cannery Row.
After living and creating for years in Big Sur, Helga now calls Carmel her home, and her work is created there and also at her Santa Cruz Mountains cabin retreat.
Helga's artwork reflects her state of mind. She paints for enjoyment and is always working on new ways to fully express herself.
She is a member of the the Big Sur Arts Initiative, the Monterey Peninsula Art Foundation, the Monterey Bay Artists Equity Fund, the Central Coast Art Association, and the National League of American Pen Women.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or write Helga at PO Box 158, Big Sur, Ca 93920. cell phone 831-241-1527