Helen Rebekah Garber (b. Pennsylvania. 1976) is an American artist. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from California Institute of the Arts and a Master of Science in Nursing from Western Governors University. She maintains a dual practice as a professional artist and a Neonatal Intensive Care Registered Nurse. Her work revolves around themes of feminist ideology in relation to societal attitudes on nurturing, spirituality and medicine. She uses these resources to create fictional matriarchal utopian societies as a vehicle for addressing these complex contemporary subjects. Garber’s work investigates the relationships between science, mythology and mysticism… often drawing resources and inspiration from the connections and parallels. Garber’s work has been exhibited and collected internationally. She has had solo exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Mexico City. Her work has been reviewed extensively by David Pagel, Peter Frank, Jerry Saltz and Roberta Smith amongst other critics. Her work has also been featured in numerous publications such as The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and Vice Magazine. She lives and works in Los Angeles with her husband, the artist Paul Gillis, and their daughter Evelyn.