Helen C. Brown-Jones is a 60-year old retires cosmetologist. She was in business and did hair in the Antelope Valley for 40-years. She is married and has two daughters, ones sister and three brothers. Helens life changed when she became disabled in 1998 and was no longer able to stand and do hair without a Cain. March of 1998 Helens father died of Alzheimers disease. being extremely close to her father, this put her into a deep depression. In 1999 Helen was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimers disease, her depression went deeper then ever before.
She then began scribbling odd things on card board paper, or whatever she could get to scribble on. Later the scribbles became drawings of many different things. Different people began seeing her art and found it to be very impressive, they began to see themselves in her drawings. Helen has been interviewed at the local t.v. station and her paintings have been in the Antelope Valley Press four times. Helen believes her art is a gift from god, and that he gave her this gift to help her trough the dark time in her life.
Her dream is to share her art with other people who might be at a turning point in their path in life, and maybe their faith maybe strengthened.