Helen Shulman’s Art at Boston Art and Design Fair

Helen Shulman’s Art at Boston Art and Design FairBOSTON, MA, March 10, 2012 / – Helen Shulman is pleased to announce that her large four panel painting, “In a Sigh of Thunder” will be featured in Kobalt Gallery’s booth at the Boston Art and Design Fair, AD 20/21 opening March 15th and running through March 18th, Boston Center for the arts 539 Tremont St, in the South End. 

The Boston Art and Design Fair, officially dubbed AD 20/21 will be hosting its fifth annual exhibition of fine art and design from the 20th and 21st centuries. With some 50 exhibitors it is offering modern to contemporary fine art, photography, jewelry, vintage and contemporary studio furniture, decorative arts, sculpture, fine prints, drawings and more at the only show and sale of its kind in New England. In addition, Boston Art and Design is throwing a gala Thursday evening with all proceeds benefiting the Boston Architectural College. For further information, the schedule of guest speakers and events call (617) 363-0405or go to their website

The Kobalt Gallery, will be featuring Helen’s painting, “In a Sigh of Thunder” which is 48″ x 64″, oil on four panels. It is one of a series influenced by Martin Johnson Heade’s. The Kobalt Gallery is located in Provincetown, MA and is one of the fine art galleries represented which represents Helen Shulman. The Kobalt Gallery is owned and run by Francine D’Olimpio who is well known in the Boston arts community. She represents painters, mixed media artists and sculptors who have regional, national and international reputations. The gallery is located at 366 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA 02657, (508) 487-1132,


Helen Shulman, a painter who lives and works in Quechee, Vermont and Naples, Vermont works in oils producing abstractions with landscape associations. Helen’s works are in corporate and private collections across the country and in Europe. Further information on Helen and her art, is on her website


Helen Shulman
P.O. Box 139
Quechee, VT 05059