Following a successful pop-up gallery in 2014, the new permanent home of Helmholz Fine Art Gallery is now in Manchester Square, where a raw space that stood empty for four years is transformed to a wonderful modern gallery.
Lisa Helmholz-Adams boasts an impressive background in the fashion, arts, and sports worlds. She spent 20 years running a local gallery in Manchester and now, with her own fine art gallery, she has the freedom to channel proceeds from the business to her philanthropic initiative: Global Reach, through which she can pursue her vision to aid humanitarian causes and concerns around the world.
Hunger Free Vermont is the first of many organizations to receive generous financial, public relations, and press support from Helmholz Fine Art through Global Reach. New works from gallery artists including Lisa Cueman, Mark Wilson Meunier, Margot Nimiroski, Stephen Schaub, Elizabeth Torak, and Thomas Torak on view during regular gallery hours.
Through Schaub’s images, rather than experiencing a literal place or a linear story, we encounter something akin to the fragmentation of an emotional memory — or the illogic of a dream. Depicting scenes of unresolved narrative, these images seem to have been subjected to the vagaries of perception and the passage of time.
Schaub is an innovator whose works defy classification. His artworks combine monumentality of scale with light-sensitive techniques and the presentation of works on paper to create each singular, unique work of art.
Helmholz Fine Art
Feb 15-March 5, opening reception Feb 13, 5-7: Stephen Schaub, Art Dreaming About Itself. Selected artworks by Stephen Schaub on rare, handmade papers.
442 Depot St., Manchester Center
http://www.helmholzfineart.com, 802 855-1678