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Helme Prinzen

Helme Prinzen maintains residences in both Paradise Valley, Arizona and Kaarst, Germany. Her Gallery 44 (1973-1990) in Kaarst featured the Nouveau Realizme, Zero and American Abstract artists, her incredible life in the gallery behind her, the artistic and spiritual journey ahead. Inexhaustible creativity and a rich life are evident in her Mandalas, Information Boxes, Brush prints, Moon-Pictures, and stained glass window integrations. Heline’s work is the subject of work is the subject of a one-person exhibition at the Nelson Fine Art Museum in Tempe, Arizona in the spring of 1999.

I hope to find, step-by-step, more and more, truth of life and nature to expand myself in spirit; to always be responsible in giving my messages in truth and gratitude; to receive the know-how to do my art in agreement with myself nature and the universe.


"Dandelions Flying, 1995
acrylic on canvas, 36" x 48"
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