Stanford University graduate Helen Ann Licht had her first one-person show at the Lucien Labaudt Gallery in San Francisco. It was then that she decided she should learn to draw. She received her second degree with honors in Studio Art and Art History from the University of California, Berkeley.
She produced a series of colorful paintings based on trips to Israel, Argentina, India, China, Burma, France, and the Bible. Her Bible paintings have been shown in the Klutznik Museum, Washington, D.C., Creighton University Art Gallery, Omaha, Nebraska, the Bade Museum and Judah Magnus Museum, Berkeley, the Jewish Museum, Temple Emanu-el and the Jewish Library, San Francisco, Temple Sinai and the Skirball Museum, Los Angeles, and numerous Jewish Centers.
She continues to paint and show in the Bay Area.
Her web site is:web.mac.com/helenannlicht