Helen Webber has created art for over one hundred public sites across the US and abroad. Best known for her fabric collage tapestries, she has also worked in metal, clay, wood, and stained glass, creating pieces from three to seventy-four feet. Her dramatic art adorns medical facilities, cruise ships, corporate and community centers, universities, and religious environments, as well as homes. Webber has written and illustrated children’s books, as well as designed book and record covers. Working with major US manufacturers, she has created an array of products for the home, as well as designs for children’s creative crafts. Webber has a Masters degree from the Rhode Island School of Design and has taught at colleges and lectured across the country. The book Catch a Dreamer was the inspiration for the film of the same name, which she wrote and directed. The film examines the rights of children today through the use of tapestry images, photography, art, poetry, and music.