Helen Frank's art captures the essence of New York‘s artistic and cultural life, and she has also gained recognition for her works depicting the merriment and carnival-like atmosphere of the New Jersey shore and boardwalks.
Born in the year 1930, Helen Frank is known for her work as a print-maker and painter. Helen is a New York and New Jersey artist, and her work often captures the day-to-day elements of this setting, many times as social or political commentary. In addition to watercolor and etchings, Helen Frank is a master print-maker and artist working in copperplate etching, oil on canvas, oil and pastel on paper, ink, and collage. She is also recognized for her work and commentary on the topics of women’s issues, cultural identity, family, daily life, travel, and sports, among many others.