Helen Frank has had a remarkable career. Her paintings and prints celebrate the joy and whimsy of life from the last half of the 20th century to present day.
Her subjects range from ballet, baseball, and horse racing to the architecture of New York City, New Jersey, and cites in Europe, to neighbors, landscapes, foods, and family. Her pieces always show the beauty in everyday people, places, and events.
She currently resides in Northern New Jersey. She received her arts education at The New School, Yale, Tyler School of Fine Arts at Temple University, Art Students League, and Cooper Union.
Helen’s work was just recently inducted into The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s permanent collection, which is quite a prestigious honor! Her work is also in the collections of the Library of Congress, New York Public Library, New-York Historical Society, Museum of Modern Art, Victoria and Albert Museum, New Jersey State Museum, Newark Public Library, Newark Museum, American Museum of Immigration, UNICEF, Lafayette College, New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, Saks Fifth Avenue, New York Life Insurance Company, New York Mets, Habitat for Humanity and Drumthwacket: NJ Governor’s Mansion.