We here at Masterworks Fine Art would like to share great news with you. Our gallery was featured in an article written by Huffington Post contributor Bruce Helander. A 2014 inductee to the Florida Artists Hall of Fame, Mr. Helander was a Former Editor-in-Chief for 'The Art Economist' as well as a White House Fellow of the National Endowment for the Arts. In his article, “Masterworks by Working Masters”, Mr. Helander acknowledged us for bringing a large collection of works by 20th century Modern Masters to exhibit at an art show, while describing his experience in our booth as amazing and inspiring.

One particular Cubist etching and aquatint by Georges Braque titled “Hommage à J. S. Bach, 1956”, that we have in our collection particularly spoke to Mr. Helander. Detailing the Cubist movement regarding Braque’s role along with Pablo Picasso and how the reaction to new art is always met with reservations. Mr. Helander goes on to describe that art is meant to push boundaries and further inspire other artists and generations. This he noted is what allowed us, Masterworks Fine Art, to showcase such an array of art from Marc Chagall to Pablo Picasso Ceramics. As Mr. Helander observed, these “established artists” were a reality to purchase from us which made us his favorite at the art show. As we continue to showcase our artwork at more art shows, we do hope that such outside perspectives continue to grow as our hope for every visitor is that they come away with a little more knowledge and admiration for our art and gallery. Keep visiting our website for future shows!

You can read the complete article on the Huffington Post on the link below:

Masterworks by Working Masters: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/bruce-helander/masterworks-by-working-ma_b_5312129.html



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