With well-tuned structure and her own brushstrokes in well balanced shades she translates emotions into forms on her canvases as well as in her interior designs. Her intention is to evoke warm emotions of harmony to enjoy for all, and she is focusing on the positive side of life. She is absolutely convinced that such a point of view is leading to a higher quality of life. Her life is an evidence of that, both professionally and privately. Helena Blomljus started her career as an artist by forming the interiors in a room to enliven all the senses; she transformed an old night club into a palace taken from the old tale Thousand and One Night, which she called My Heaven. After having made several installations around Sweden in offices, parks, private homes, weddings, she started to have more traditional exhibitions all over Sweden. Galleries and town halls, restaurants and hospitals has shown her paintings. One of the reasons for Helena starting to create her paintings was that she got cancer 2002. Creating became a healing process to her, and she has continued that process after having got rid of the cancer. Even though Helena’s mother is a well-known artist in Sweden, she is autodidact. Painting, decorating and interior design is a way of being to her. She is living at the countryside on the west-coast of Sweden. She is married and has four children. At their little farm they have horses, sheep, hens and cats, which are walking outside the large windows of her studio right in the middle of nature. Helena teaches Vedic Art, a form of practical creative principles which anyone can apply in their art, as they simultaneously develops their inner strong self-esteem.