Helga Sierra
Helga Sierra

About

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Helga Sierra

Born and raised in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

While her professional education was in Business (BBA, MBA) in the United States, art is something Helga has done her entire life. Starting art lessons at Carolina Carias’ Art Studio in Tegucigalpa from ages 8 to 18, followed by an art minor while studying business at Abilene Christian University. After completing her MBA in Nashville, Tennessee Helga experienced a personal crises, and art (painting), became a way to survive and express the different emotions that were happening around her. The expression of freedom within the abstract realm, provided an escape, moments in which time would stop. A year later, after an opportunity to live in Lisbon, Portugal for 3 months, Helga finally realized that without creating she’s not truly living.

In 2018 she opened her studio in Tegucigalpa, located in El Taller HN, a one of a kind creative house in a developing nation. Her abstract art is pushing boundaries in her native Honduras, where traditional portraits and landscapes have been the main focus throughout time.

Her current body of work “Movement” series explores the emotional repercussions of personal change of the human experience through the study of physical movement that people live every day, In October 2018, she presented 20 works at the Alianza Francesa Tegucigalpa, presented by the Ambassador of France to Honduras.

She participates in multiple group shows and is currently looking for international gallery representation.

 

Artist Statement

 
 

Solo Shows

MOVEMENT

October 19-November 19, 2019, Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Alianza Francesa Tegucigalpa, hosted by the Ambassador of France to Honduras Pierre Christian Soccoja

HEART PORTRAITS

March - May 2018, Tegucigalpa, Honduras
MUA (Mujeres en las Artes), selected works

OVER MY HEAD

October 2017, Lisbon, Portugal

Lost Lisbon Chiado

HEART PORTRAITS,SELECTED WORK

September 2017. Nashville, USA
Starbucks Green Hills

HEART PORTRAITS, The collection

April 19-June 1 2017, Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Instituto Hondureño de Cultura Hispánica

 
 

Group Shows

HACIA EL FUTURO

February 12-March 30, 2010, Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Instituto Hondureño de Cultura Interamericana Honduras (IHCI) at the Museo para La Identidad Nacional

13 selected contemporary artists to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the institution.

V BIENAL DE LAS ARTES VISUALES

November 2018-May 2019, Tegucigalpa, honduras

Centro de Arte y Cultura de la Universidad Autonoma de Honduras (CAC-UNAH)

XXVI BIENAL DE PINTURA

July 12-August 15, 2018, Tegucigalpa Honduras
Instituto Hondureño de Cultura Interamericana Honduras (IHCI) at the Museo para La Identidad Nacional

IV FESTIVAL MUJERES NUEVAS HISTORIAS

May-June 2018, May-June 2017
Museo Para La Identidad Nacional, Tegucigalpa, Honduras

NOSOTROS EXPONEMOS 2.0

Featured Guest Artist, May 2018
Carolina Carias Art Studio, Salon Cultural Banco Atlántida, Tegucigalpa, Honduras

FESTIVAL DE ARTE

June 2017
Instituto Hondureño de cultura Hispánica, Tegucigalpa, Honduras

IV FESTIVAL MUJERES NUEVAS HISTORIAS

March 8-April 16 2017, Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Museo Para La Identidad Nacional,

EXPOSIÇÃO CENTRO DE DIA

November 2016
Photography Exhibit at Mercado de cultura, Marinhais, Portugal

ANNUAL STUDENT ART SHOW

May 2009, Abilene Christian University, Abilene, Texas

Winner of 3-d category,

NOSOTROS EXPONEMOS

1998-2009, 2013 | Featured artist in 2017, 2018
Banco Atlantida, Tegucigalpa, Honduras

BENEFIT TO THE HONDURAN FOUNDATION FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION FUNHCAE

2004 San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
FUNHCAE, Copantl Hotel

11 EXPOSICIÓN EXPONEMOS UNIENDO NACIONES,

2003, Miami, Florida

Miami Dade Community College

 
 

Education

Master's of Business Administration, Non-Profit Management Concentration | Lipscomb University, Nashville, Tennessee, (2015), Magna Cum Laude

Bachelor's of Business Administration, Art Minor | Abilene Christian University, Abilene, Texas  (2012), Magna Cum Laude

10 years of art studies Art Studio Carolina Carias | Tegucigalpa, Honduras (1998-2008).