The Art of Helen Werner Cox



As you scroll through this page you will see that many of the articles have been illustrated by my wife, Helen Werner Cox.  She is a retired nationally certified library media teacher, who was trained as a classical painter at Boston University’s School of Fine Arts and is now studying for a masters degree in fine art at California State University at Long Beach.

The featured image is a voluptuous mobius, inspired by the work of M.C. Escher. This Venus represents the many ways women must twist themselves and the boundless energy required in raising children, working, and maintaining a home. It is 9″ x 7.75″ x 4″, including the masculine base. The Venus is hand carved from cherry; the base from mahogany.  The Venus Mobius was awarded the silver medal in an international carving competition.

The Venus and other examples of Helen’s art can be viewed at http://www.helenwernercox.com.

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