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Helen Franks’s etchings reflect her delight in the details of daily life, family relationships, children, her travels, New York City, and the world of art and music.  Frank has also worked in oils on canvas, paint on paper, pastels, and monoprints. She studied at Yale, The New School, and The Tyler School of Fine Arts at Temple University. Her work is in the Library of Congress, the Museum of Modern Art, various museums and libraries, and in private collections. With her husband Sid and other family members, she has published a book of etchings depicting their travels in Ireland and elsewhere called The Road to Dublin.