About Helice Wen
Helice Wen is a Chinese-American artist. She was born and raised in Shen Zhen, China. She moved to San Francisco at age 14 where she currently lives and works.
Helice received a BA Illustration degree from Academy of Art University, San Francisco. After illustrated several children’s books, Helice switched her focus to gallery work. Her work has shown in galleries both nationally and internationally.
Through her work, Helice uses figures and floral patterns to narrate the intimate, vulnerable, and sensibilities in everyday life.
The Moleskine Project Volume I, 2015
The Moleskine Project Volume II, 2018
Bad Dads: Art inspired by the films of Wes Anderson, 2016
Beautiful Bizarre Magazine Issue 19, 2017
Suggestivism Resonance, 2018
Solo / Mini Solo Show
Between Lost and Found, Modern Eden Gallery,San Francisco, CA. May 2013
(Public) Intimacy, Spoke Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA .May 2016
Preludes, Spoke Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA. September 2018
Balance, Stone Sparrow NYC, New York City, NY. October 2020
Daydream, Corey Helford Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. February 2021