Helen Yang is an artist, an art teacher, and a docent at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. Helen Yang received her Master of Fine Arts degree from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco and her Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from Santa Clara University. Helen Yang’s oil painting, STEaM, has been exhibited in the De Young Open, a juried exhibition, at the de Young museum and at the Triton Museum of Art. Helen comes from an artistic family. Her parents, Jianyou Yang and Lixia Wang, are art university professors and accomplished artists in China. Helen started rigorous art training at a very young age from her parents as well as from other well-known artists. For her undergraduate study, Helen Yang majored in Oil Painting at the Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts. Her drawing of Michelangelo's sculpture of Guiliano de Medici is in the Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts preferment collection of excellent artwork. Helen has also won first place in the Advanced Category of the Colored Pencil Magazine competitions. Helen Yang is the president and senior art teacher at Visionary Arts, an art studio in the South Bay. Helen’s students have won national and international children’s art competitions including United Nations Peace Pals Art contest First place, Jr. Duck Stamp art contest Best In Show, Scholastic Art Contest Gold Key awards, etc. Helen Yang enjoys sharing her life-long passion for art and art history with diverse audiences of all ages.