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Helen C. Frederick

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Helen C. Frederick (born 1945 in Pennsylvania) is an American artist, known mainly for printed media and large scale works created by hand papermaking and the use of language. Frederick has received numerous awards for her work, including a Fulbright (1973) and Mid-Atlantic Arts Award (1988), the Maryland Governor’s Award for leadership in the Arts (2000) and the Southern Graphic Council Printmaker Emeritus Award, (2008). Major exhibitions of her work have been held at the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum at Hollins University (2011), Dieu Donne’ Gallery, New York (1996), Henie Onstad Museum, Norway (1979) and traveling museum exhibitions in Japan, Scandinavia, Europe, the United States and South America. Frederick received her undergraduate degree and her Master of Fine Arts degrees from the Rhode Island School of Design. She is the founder of Pyramid Atlantic, a center for contemporary printmaking, hand papermaking and the art of the book, which she directed for twenty-eight years. Since 1996, Frederick has taught at George Mason University's School of Art, teaching printmaking and serving as director of the department's imprint, Navigation Press. Her recent video work “Dislocations”  ( Wikipedia article )

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