Mary Helmreich Art Collections
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Artwork by Mary Helmreich
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Torrey Pines Guy Fleming Trail by Mary Helmreich
Mission Beach San Diego by Mary Helmreich
Oceanside Pier by Mary Helmreich
North County Coastline by Mary Helmreich
Beach at Swami's Encinitas by Mary Helmreich
Palm Springs Golf Course with Mt San Jacinto by Mary Helmreich
La Jolla California by Mary Helmreich
Coronado Bay Bridge by Mary Helmreich
View of Torrey Pines by Mary Helmreich
Seagrove Park Del Mar by Mary Helmreich
Moonlight Beach Encinitas by Mary Helmreich
Hotel Del Coronado by Mary Helmreich
La Jolla Cove by Mary Helmreich
San Diego Skyline by Mary Helmreich
New Paddock at Del Mar by Mary Helmreich
Spring View of Torrey Pines by Mary Helmreich
Ponto Beach Carlsbad California by Mary Helmreich
Bench at Powerhouse Beach Del Mar by Mary Helmreich
Coronado Island California by Mary Helmreich
Torrey Pines Golf Course North Course hole #6 by Mary Helmreich
Rothenburg Ob Der Tauber by Mary Helmreich
Encinitas California by Mary Helmreich
Carlsbad Rt 101 by Mary Helmreich
Shell Beach La Jolla by Mary Helmreich
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About Mary Helmreich
Mary Helmreich was born in 1945 near Boston, Massachusetts. Her talent was recognized early, when at age nine she won a prize for portraiture, competing against high school students. At twelve she attended a summer art program at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. In the eleventh grade she studied under Sidney Hurwitz at the De Cordova Museum in Lincoln, Massachusetts, and at the Cummington School of the Arts in the Berkshires.
At Bard College New York from 1963-1964 she majored in Sculpture taught by Harvey Fite and Fine Art by Anton Refregier. She continued her studies at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston from 1964-1965 under the tutelage of Robert Grady and Andreas Feininger.
Toward the end of 1965 she traveled to London and Paris, where she met Gisbert Helmreich at a youth hostel in Place Pigalle. Together they hitchhiked through Europe, North Africa and East Africa. They were married in October 1966 in Burlington, Vermont.
From 1966 until the summer of 1981, they made their home in Boston, with a short sojourn to Vienna in 1968.
For many years Mary concentrated on the human form, drawing from life, first with a Boston group and then with the Winchester Studio Guild, assisted by professor emeritus King Coffin.
In 1969 her husband opened the Boston Chess Studio on Newbury Street, which became a focal point for the chess community during the Bobby Fischer era. Newbury Street, being the center of the New England art scene, inspired Mary to display her pencil drawings, acrylics and watercolor paintings.
After an exploratory cross-country trip in 1981, she and her family decided to move to San Diego, where they established residence in the community of Olivenhain in Encinitas. By that time watercolor had become her favorite medium.
She has been a member of several art organizations and has entered juried art shows receiving many awards & prizes.
Mary now paints cityscapes, landscapes, historical buildings and more intimate views of the area. All her paintings, including commissions, are carried out in the representational manner, using archival materials.
Her original watercolor paintings & museum quality prints are available at Solana Beach Art & Frame in Solana Beach, CA 92075, Phone 858-793-1343, Art & Frames by Wood Gallery in Coronado, CA 92118, Phone 619-435-5212.
She is available by appointment at her studio in Encinitas. Call 858.756.2916
Her Copyright Fees: Commercial $750.00, Personal $250.00.
Her Specialty, Paintings on Commission: Landscapes, House Portraits, Local Scenes, People, Pets, Etc. Prices on Request.
All Images Protected under U.S. Copyright Â© Law 1981-2023 Mary Phillips Helmreich All Rights Reserved.