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Helen Berliner is a 4th generation designer, with artistic mentors including painters Philip Pearlstein, Ilya Bolotowsky, and Albert Christ-Janer; the revolutionary “Light, Color, and Design” training of colorist (and Joseph Albers student) Mary Buckley; photographer Bert Stern (and his “Libra” studio); pianist Honora Furtado (Ornstein School of Music, Philadelphia Conservatory of Music); violinist Frank Costello (Philadelphia Orchestra); and most importantly, Tibetan meditation master and artist, Chögyam Trungpa (from 1970 until his death in 1987).

She was adjunct faculty at Naropa University; taught at State University of New York, and Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Hospital (Denver); was invited guest lecturer at Columbia University, Sarah Lawrence College, New York University, Pratt Institute of Art, and Staten Island Community College (NY); Swarthmore College, University of the Arts, WAM (Woman Architects of Media), and Unisys Corporation (PA); AIA (American Institute of Architects (Oakland & NY); and internationally at the Museum of Asian, African, and American Culture (Prague); International Feng Shui Conference (Zurich); 401 Building (Toronto); and Shambhala Centers in the US, Canada, and Europe.

Her installation work has been seen in galleries and museums in the US, Canada, Europe, and Australia.

Photo credit: Pam Flasch

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