Helen Hubler: Faces & Facades
A 50-Year Retrospective
March 19,- April 27. 2019
Combined exhibit and sale at Goose Creek Studio and Bower Center for the Arts
“Faces & Facades: A 50-Year Retrospective” is an exhibition of oil paintings and graphite drawings created over the past 50 by Helen Hubler, who has been painting and drawing for about 56 years.
Seventeen of Helen’s paintings at Goose Creek Studio and 60 at Bower Center for the Arts are on exhibit through April 27.
Gallery Talk: Sunday, April 7 Helen will be presenting gallery talks at both locations, 2pm at Goose Creek Studio and 2:45 at Bower Center. The talks will be relevant to the works exhibited at each location.
Friday, April 12, 5-8pm 2nd Friday receptions at both locations and Helen will be at available at Bower Center to meet visitors and talk with them individually about her work and answer questions.
In 1992 Helen and her husband relocated to Virginia after many years in New York and New Jersey. She studied at The Art Students League and The National Academy of Design. Her concentrated study of oil painting and drawing began in 1963 and has continued throughout the years. This led to conducting workshops, doing commission work, and exhibiting in many solo and group exhibitions, and receiving numerous awards for her work.
“I’m fond of narrative (I love a good book!). My paintings and drawings are laced with narrative elements. If they do not suggest stories, there is often some psychological content. This is the case with inanimate objects. as well as with people." -Helen Hubler