Helen DeRamus

Biography​

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Helen DeRamus’ exhibits encompass more than a hundred collective solo, and juried exhibits including the Montgomery Museum, dk Gallery, Thomas Deans Fine Art, Shorter College, 621 Gallery, the Atlanta Women’s Foundation and the Conrad Wilde Gallery in Tucson, Arizona
Ms. DeRamus is a member of the Fulton County Artists Registry in painting and photography. She is listed in the Registry of the National Museum of Women in the Arts and the Women Artists Archive Special Collection at Sonoma State University.

Helen's work is in corporate, private, and public collections throughout the United States. Those collections include: Ventyx Corporation, Federal Home Loan Bank in Atlanta, Georgia; Georgia Perimeter College, North Georgia College and State University, The ART Station, the Ben Hill-Fitzgerald County Library, the Women’s Center at Kennestone Hospital, the Atlanta Women’s Foundation in Atlanta, Georgia, Fulton County Arts Council, Livingston College at Rutgers University in New Jersey and Jacksonville State University in Alabama.

She received an art residency at Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Science in 2011. She earned a B.A. degree in history and art history from Emory University then completed further studies with at the Art Center of Northern New Jersey and with New York art director and photographer the late Art Kane. Ms. DeRamus received encouragement, guidance and a comprehensive education in advanced color technique and composition in painting from her mentor, the late Joseph Perrin, with whom she studied for five years. Mr. Perrin is internationally known for his color field paintings and is Emeritus Head Professor of the Visual Arts Department of Georgia State University.
Helen’s studio is located in the Artisan Resource Center in Marietta, Georgia. She mentors private art students and conducts painting and drawing workshops. She also gives artist talks and demonstrations to colleges and universities, as well as, artist groups.