Helena Muller

Helena Muller

Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil

About Helena Muller

I am an artist and a landscape architect.
Since the beginning, my passion for arts has been influencing my choices. And so, I became an architect. But then, my constant work with landscapes turned out influencing all my creative process on painting.
The way I paint reveals a lot of my professional career, through the lines, forms and perspectives. The landscape project has many shapes, colors and textures, which can be noticed in my drawings and in my works in watercolor and acrylic.


Helena Muller
São Paulo, Brazil, 1953
The artist is graduated in architecture and started her activities in visual arts in 1978. She has attended studios of several famous brazilian artists like Walter Levy, Ely Bueno, Norberto Stori, Ubirajara Ribeiro, Evandro Jardim, among others. She has been focusing her work on the Watercolor since 1989 through its studies, production, research and diffusion.


The artist is currently attending Setsuko Katayama’s atelier and is also part of two art groups: Núcleo de Aquarelistas of FASM and Grupo Onze, whose the main purpose is to study, and discuss the contemporary thematic and Watercolor diffusion.


Helena has been participating in collective exhibitions in Brazil and abroad, with emphasis on: Dialogues(Beijing – China), VIII International Biennial of Watercolor (Mexico), I International Quadrennial of Watercolor (itinerant exhibition in S.Paulo state and Paraná), Brazil-Agua-Acqua-Venezia, (itinerant exhibition in Venice, Rome, Milan and S.Paulo), Brazil 500 years Exhibition (Frankfurt), Brazil-Hungary (Sopron and Budapest), Brazil-Mexico 96 Watercolor (Museo Nacional de la Acuarela DF) I Ibero-american Biennial of Watercolor (V.del Mar- Chile), among others, as well as salons and art exhibits. She also has in her résumé four individual exhibitions in São Paulo.