"Inspired by the majestic views of the American Southwest, the Hudson Valley, and the Connecticut shoreline, I'm especially intrigued by the relationship between our natural environment and the artifacts we leave behind." - Helen Arbor Young
Helen was introduced to photography by a Brownie Box camera and has printed her photographs in the traditional and digital darkrooms for over two decades.
Her technical skills were enhanced by courses at the New York Botanical Garden, Westchester Art Workshop, and the Institute for Creative Photography. Since then she has exhibited in numerous group and solo shows.
Her photographs have been published in calendars as well as in the book - Images of America:Teatown Lake Reservation.
You can see her work on display in the permanent collection of the Connecticut River Museum.
She happily serves on the Board of Directors for the Ossining Arts Council.