Dorothy Heller studied at the Art Students League and later with Hans Hofmann. Her Abstract Expressionist Art Works were well received by the "Art World" during the 1950s through the 1970s; she was ranked along with the best of the Abstract Expressionists at that time. Her Abstract Expressionist work has not had much exposure since then. In the 80s and 90s she evolved a more mystical/symbolic style which was championed and shown by Betty Parsons; she died in 2003.
A large selection of her work, approximately 200 paintings and 1,000 drawings are being put up for distribution to the public, either through selected lots to galleries, direct sales from the "Heller Studio" or to museums. Photographs and some drawings can be viewed by appointment; most of the art work is in the Heller Studio located in New York City.
See the following pages: Selection 2 of 20 Abstract Expressionist style paintings; History of her showings and other information; News, Sales and Contact info. If you are interested, please contact Joseph Grunig at 212 866 5800 or HellerStudio@verizon.net.