About Helen Grams-Anderson
Art enthusiast Helen Grams-Anderson currently works as an Artist Assistant at Meg Arts. In this position, she holds responsibility for various tasks around the studio such as managing inventory, priming canvases, maintaining collector data, and preparing for shows. Additionally, she helps artists with their painting projects. In her spare time, Helen Grams-Anderson is an illustrator, painter, photographer, and clothing designer. She also enjoys studying art and art history.
For three years at McClintock High School, Helen Grams-Anderson attended honors art classes. She also participated in the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art’s Visions program, which affords teens civic engagement and arts opportunities throughout the year. The initiative is designed to support select students in enhancing their artistic skills.
For a short period of time while attending high school, Helen Grams-Anderson was employed as a Hostess at Pita Jungle. For this restaurant, she greeted customers and provided service to ensure positive experiences. She currently applies this background to her job as a Hostess at an Irish pub where she additionally assists with marketing initiatives, menu preparation, and telephone communications.
Also during high school, Helen Grams-Anderson began working as an Office Assistant for an interior design supplier. Performing primarily clerical duties, she still maintains the position after six years.