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There's much to see, there are top 61 to 94 of the world’s most expensive paintings, and some films I personally created to show the stories behind my paintings. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about me. I hope you enjoy my site and take a moment to drop me a line.

The Ice Cream Cones Series Video

From “The Icecream Cones series„ of 3:  The controversial painting on canvas,

 1. “Caught in the Act!” Why did the artist paint ice cream cones instead of her nude models? Guess where will the man fall? Exactly on Picasso‘s model?  

Their naughty witness, 

2.“The Girl Under the Bed.”


 Have you ever wondered...

3. “What’s in a Lick?“ Tell me what you wanna lick?

The Biggest Ball

The Biggest Ball, 100x150cm painting on canvas

The Biggest Ball

 „The Biggest Ball“ Helenna Jouja’s painting on 150x100cm canvas featuring one of the hi-societies of Vienna, Austria, Herr Richard Lugner, whose invitations of the big sexy stars to the glamorous Opera Ball became a yearly tradition. 


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The Biggest Ball Video

„Who has the chance to be invited to the fabulous Opera Ball in Vienna? Snow White or Cinderella? An animal lover? Dolly Buster or Pamela? A master nagger? A blond horse rider? Well, an old playboy has invited the star with the biggest ball!“ „The Biggest Ball“ Helenna Jouja’s painting on 150x100cm canvas. Short Story written by Hubert Thurnhofer, the world famous gallerist, philosopher, and author of Moral 4.0.

The Arch of Chase 150x100cm acrylic painting

The Arch of Chase

„The Arch of Chase“ by Helenna Jouja, a Filipina Canadian international modern artist in Europe, is a playful combination of the widely known iconic painting „The Scream“ by Edvard Munch (1963-1944) and her own story of the painting in cooperation with her art gallerist Hubert Thurnhofer of Kunstraum (art gallery) in the Ringstraßen Galerien in Vienna, Austria, Europe. In this painting Helenna Jouja made some radical transformation of „The Scream“ making the controversial character of “The Scream” have a distinctive figure of a young woman, referring her as the Statue of Scream, turning her into an important figure of the past like what is usually displayed in a museum; and adjusting its color and images to fit her new story that whoever touched the flower of the Goddess of the Arch of Chase would forever chase the first one he sees. Replicating the colorful sunset of Munch, Helenna Jouja was able to match her own idea of sunset to fit that of Munch‘s, while the rest of the characters showed different emotions after touching the flower of the Goddess of Chase. 😀 

The Arch of Chase Video

On the spookiest night of the year at the Arch of Chase, touch the flower of the Chase Goddess and forever chase the first one you see! 


My unfinished painting on 150x100cm canvas, “The Arch of Chase”. 


Other words used on this video: “Do not touch her flower, her flower, her flower! The legend says, if you touch the flower of the Chase Goddess, you will forever be chasing the first one you see! “