New York Art@Site Helaine Blumenfeld Two Sides Of A Woman

Helaine Blumenfeld


Two Sides Of A Woman

Fordham Law's Campus, Lincoln Center
In this sculpture, two abstracted perspectives of a woman are shown. In almost a Cubist rendition, Blumenfeld sculpts bronze into voluptuous curves, resembling an imaginative female form.
Helaine Blumenfeld OBE (born, New York 1942) is an American Sculptor working in Britain and Italy, best known as an artist who has pioneered new methods of carving in stone and for her semi-abstract marble, granite and bronze sculptures which are located around the world as Public art. Her forms are often abstractions of human forms and of elements in nature. She is widely recognized as the most significant sculptor of her generation and the heir apparent to Moore and Hepworth.