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About
Helen del Guidice

Helen del Guidice is the Curator of Exhibitions and Collections at Miller Art Museum in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, on the Door County Peninsula. Previous to this position, she has had an extensive career in museums and galleries in Chicago, Rome, San Diego and New Orleans, having designed and built The Mardi Gras Museum of Costumes and Culture in the French Quarter.

Helen is the owner of Lily Bay Creek Homestead, a 40 acre property nestled between crop fields, woods and Lily Bay Creek, featuring the Creek View Suite vacation rental and Del Guidice Studio (DGS).

DGS serves as a creative space and retail studio, nestled in the woods along Lily Bay Creek, where Helen maintains an artistic practice including oil painting on wood panel and paper, photography and jewelry design. DGS is also Door County's only true-vintage jewelry boutique and the only retail outlet for Romolo and Remo artisanal pasta sauces.  DGS is a member of the Sturgeon Bay Art Crawl and open seasonally from June 1 - October 31 on Saturdays from 10AM-3PM. 

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Education

University of Illinois at Chicago

Helen del Guidice received her BFA in Studio Arts and a Minor in Art History focus: Roman antiquities. 

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