Viewing posts tagged Helenka Bimstein

Jan 19th 2011

Helenka Bimstein: Dress Young, Be Young, Think Young

Art has the power to reach across generations, cultures, and biases to the delight and inspiration of an audience. I was this audience to a display in the Finch Lane Gallery. Beneath every canvas, scene, sculpture and painting there lies a creator. A real living soul that has breathed life upon a physical manifestation of their beliefs, dreams or imaginations is artist Helenka Bimstein. Read More

Jan 15th 2011

Finch Lane Gallery: Where Art Breathes

If there ever was a time to embrace art, it's now. The Finch Lane Gallery is displaying art work from three different Utah artists, kicking off this year's run of different artists chosen by the Salt Lake City Arts Council to be featured. The first three artists featured are photographer Tessa Barton and mixed media artists Naomi Marine and Helenka Bimstein. I attended the Opening Reception held the evening of Jan. 14 and here follows a few highlights of my experience. Read More

Nov 09th 2010

Two more weeks to see Helenka's pyramid

Back in July, we published a story on Red Rock Rondo singer Phillip Bimstein and his mother Helenka, a 97-year-old artist on the rise with an ancient Egyptian style to her paintings, each telling their own stories. Click here to read it. Read More

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