Heike Hellmann-Brown grew up near Cologne/Germany. Over the years she has lived in exotic places such as Morocco and Egypt, and explored lifestyles in Greece and Australia, before she relocated to the US. Her international background and extensive travels heavily influenced and nurtured her creative side.
A literature translator and book editor by trade, Heike Hellmann-Brown's work is published in Europe, the U.S., and in Africa, including more than 50 artist interviews for several North American magazines.
Heike Hellmann-Brown’s distinctive artwork, that blends her “European Flair & Southern Style™” is displayed in various galleries and exhibits. On a regular basis she conducts Art Marketing workshops; she is a business coach, and a public speaker.
Married to Mike Brown, one of the nation's leading wildlife artists, Heike Hellmann-Brown resides in Atlanta/Georgia.
“As a writer I always strive to find the perfect flow of words to keep the reader engaged. The same principle applies to my artistic creations. The conflux of colors creates a story in its own – capturing attention, mesmerizing the observer, and impacting the soul while leaving a powerful and long-lasting impression.“ Heike Hellmann-Brown
My immensely gifted husband, internationally recognized Conservation Stamp Artist Mike Brown, has received numerous awards for his realistic depictions of wildlife and the stunning realism of his landscapes. Mike Brown was named “Ducks Unlimited Sponsor Artist of the Year” seven times and has designed several State Conservation Stamps for the Department of Natural Resources.
For further information about his beautiful artwork, please visit www.MikeBrownStudio.com