Broadway Gallery

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Helen Zarin

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  • Cafe IICafe II
  • Chanteuse II. Chanteuse II.
  • Chevel RougeChevel Rouge
  • Etude X. Etude X.
  • Lamour en Color XVLamour en Color XV
  • Lamour XXXIVLamour XXXIV
  • LandscapeLandscape
  • Le Fleurs XXIILe Fleurs XXII
  • Le Fleurs XXIIILe Fleurs XXIII
  • Luna IIILuna III
  • Luna IVLuna IV
  • Model VIIIModel VIII
  • Pas de DuetPas de Duet
  • Pears and White FlowersPears and White Flowers
  • Pears and Yellow FlowersPears and Yellow Flowers
  • SerenadeSerenade
  • SOLD Apple and Yellow FlowersSOLD Apple and Yellow Flowers
  • SOLD Blonde and FlowersSOLD Blonde and Flowers
  • SOLD Untitled Still LifeSOLD Untitled Still Life
  • SoloSolo
  • Spirit 200-14Spirit 200-14
  • Spirit 200-28Spirit 200-28
  • Spirit CCSpirit CC
  • Tiny Dancer II. Tiny Dancer II.
  • UntitledUntitled

Biography

Born in Shirae, Iran in 1970, Helen Zarin can remember beginning to paint at the early age of five. Showing talent, her influential family encouraged her to invest in her artistic endeavors.

As a high school student, she studied with the well known Persian artist and teacher, Saber. Later she enrolled in the Art and Culture Society, a national organization for gifted Persian Artists. As a student of Art and Culture, she refined her skills in the various mediums, especially pastels and oils. Helen was recognized by the Iranian Society and earned many national awards for her works.

Conditions in her native country eventually compelled Helen to turn elsewhere for creative nourishment. "Hard work and talent are not enough for an artist to progress and blossom, creative freedom in the right atmosphere is essential," she remarked. In the pursuit of these artistic prerequisites, she journeyed first to Europe where she displayed her works in Vienna before coming to the United States in 1993. She has continued her education first in New York and currently in Baltimore, Maryland where she resides.