She did this through the "Artist in Residence" program in Texas Lutheran University in Seguin in the United States.

From 1993 through today, Helena's work has been displayed in twentysix exhibitions in Ecuador, England, Germany, Japan, Luxemburg, Belgium and the United States, as well as in six solo exhibitions in the cities of Quito (1997), Ibarra (1998), Washington D.C. (1999) and Germany (2010/2012).

Her monumental sculptures are part of public parks in Germany, Italy, Czech Republic and Ecuador.

From 2008 to 2010 Helena taught spanish, "Techniques for reproducing ceramics from pre-Columbian Ecuador" as well as "Symbology of pre-Columbian cultures" and "portrait in clay" at the Volkshochschule Darmstadt.

Since 2011 Helena lives and works in Leipzig/ Germany where she manages the "Kunstraum artescena".


in Quito such as Albert Einstein high school. Also, she has worked with groups dedicated to the social and cultural development of the community and to human rights in their country of origin.

Additionally, and as a fruit of her personal investigations, Helena created a course in 1995, "Techniques for reproducing ceramics from pre-Columbian Ecuador"; this was the first time this course was taught in a university course in the entire country. Helena taught pre-Colombian ceramics in the PUCE in Quito for almost 10 years.

In 1999 Helena began her work with marble, first in Ecuador, then in Carrara, Italy, and lastly, in the cities of Burglengenfeld and Darmstadt in Germany.

In 2001 Helena worked on sculptures in ceramic, outdoors for the public, and she made known the beauty and richness of ceramic from pre-Columbian Ecuador.