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Artist, teacher, writer, gallerist, mother and longtime art critic for weekly magazine "Monday Morning," as well as for The Daily Star, Helen Khal was a woman of many talents.The private collection of one of Khal's two sons, the selection of work comprises a number of sketches, an array of colorful portraits and the luminous color field abstracts for which she is best known. Khal's ably executed nudes show her technical skill as an artist, but it is the remainder of the work in the show that provides most insight into her oeuvre.As Khal once told Nammour, she believed that her abstracts and her work as a portrait artist went hand-in-hand.The selection of portraits on show includes photorealistic as well as more impressionistic work. Although accomplished, Khal's portraits are not as pioneering or noteworthy as her abstracts.
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