Looking Up

Thomas Bolger, PORT Magazine, April 15, 2020

It could be a white tulip, or taught muscle. Hands clasped, entwined bodies half in bloom. For half a century, Helaine Blumenfeld OBE has been shaping the landscape of public and private sculpture, her striking semi-abstract work often finished in bone white marble and tan bronze, immediately recognisable for their free-flowing, mid-metamorphosis form.