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Helen Gerritzen

Helen Gerritzen lives and works in Edmonton. She received her MFA from the University of Alberta, where she taught drawing and printmaking and coordinated the drawing program for the Department of Art and Design. She moved to Houston, Texas in 2010 where she has taught printmaking at the Glassell School of Art and was the Chair of Print Houston Next, a US-wide biennial of contemporary print. In early 2013, she moved to England for a time and lived in a rural community in North Lincolnshire. Gerritzen’s work has been exhibited internationally in numerous solo, juried, and invited exhibitions and is currently represented by Nicole Longnecker Gallery in Houston. 

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