Jane Helslander is an American visual artist. Her work explores the graphic depiction of sound and dance movement as well as the interconnected narrative found in space and on earth.
A native of Virginia, Helslander grew up in Munich, Germany and Dallas, Texas. She received a BFA in Art from the University of Texas at Arlington. She received a MFA in Painting and Sculpture from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, where she was also a teaching assistant to Jim Woodson and Susan Harrington and later was part of the adjunct faculty.
Helslander’s first public Art commission was completed in 2004, when she designed a 20 x 20 foot circular glass mosaic for DFW International Airport, titled “Floating in Space, A Waltz.”
Her work has been included in solo and group exhibitions throughout the United States, and is in several private and public collections, including Neiman Marcus, The Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, StatOil Hydro, and the Moncrief Cancer Center.