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Helena Marie Magdalena Stockar, Slovak, Czech artist. Recipient Second prize National Competition of Children's Book Illustration, Prague, 1965. Participant Art in Public Places: Convention Center, Providence, 1994. Member of Czechoslovak Society Art and Science.

Background

Stockar, Helena Marie Magdalena was born on March 22, 1933 in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia. Came to the United States, 1968. Daughter of Arnost J. and Helen R. (Strakova) Kubasek.

Education

Diploma, Graficka Skola, Prague, 1952. Diploma, Music Conservatory, Prague, 1954.

Career

Piano teacher Music School, Prague, 1954-1968. Company pianist State Ballet/Breacrest School, Rhode Island, 1968-1974. Piano teacher Music Teacher Association, 1968-1986.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows include Warwick Museum, Rhode Island, 1986, Brown University, Providence, 1987, Westerly Art Gallery, Rhode Island, 1987, Westerly Art Gallery/Morin-Miller, 1988-1989, Galerie Horizon, Paris, 1989, Barnes & Noble, Warwick, 1999—2000, Bohemian Gallery, New York City, 1999, Hoxie Gallery, Westerly, 2000, Happy White Gallery, Barrington, Rhode Island, 2000, Community College Rhode Island, Lincoln, 2000, 2004, Pittenween Art Festival, Scotland, 2001, 2004, Pawtucket Congressional Church, 2002, Bell St. Chapel, Providence, 2002, Courthouse Center Arts, West Kingston, Rhode Island, 2003, McGrath Courthouse, Wakefield, Rhode Island, 2005, Courthouse Center Arts, West Kingston, Rhode Island, 2007, Gallery Z, Providence, 2007, two-person shows, Rhode Island State Committee National Museum Women in the Arts, Triboro Studio, 1995, Bush Gallery, Bryce Studio, Providence, 2001, Monserat Gallery, Soho, 2002, Courthouse Center for the Arts, West Kingston, Rhode Island, 2002, De Blois Gallery, Newport, 2002, Stonington Vineyards Gallery, Connecticut, 2002, Teichman Gallery, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 2003, Gallery Z, Providence, 2003-2004, 2008, Krause Gallery, 2008, exhibited in group shows at World Congress Czechoslovak Society Art and Science, Washington, 1988, Prague, 1992, Morin-Miller International, New York City, 1989, Ariel Gallery, Soho, New York City, 1989, Art Expo New York City, 1989, New England International Art Expo, 1993, Rhode Island State Committee National Museum Women Arts, 1995, Providence Art Club, 1996-1997, Sarah Doyle Galery, Brown University, Providence, 1997, Visions, Newport, 2001-2002, Gallery Z, Providence, 2003-2008, Krause Gallery, 2003, 2005, 2007, Breslin Fine Arts, Incorporated, Warwick, Rhode Island, 2003-2005, Warwick Museum, 2003, Charmed Gallery, East Greenwich, Rhode Island, 2004-2005, Bachelor of Fine Arts Boston International Fine Art Show, 2005, Bachelor of Fine Arts Art Expo, New York City, New York, 2005, Bachelor of Fine Arts Contemporary Art Fair, Edinburgh, 2005, Bachelor of Fine Arts Art Ireland, Dublin, 2005, Real Art Ways, Hartford, Connecticut, 2006-2008, Court House Center Arts, West Kingston, Rhode Island, 2006, 2008, De Blois Gallery, Newport, Rhode Island, 2005, 2007, Pawtocket Art Collaborative, Rhode Island, 2008, front cover, Medicine & Health, Rhode Island, 2007, Represented in permanent collections. Featured on television shows.

Membership

Participant Art in Public Places: Convention Center, Providence, 1994. Member of Czechoslovak Society Art and Science.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, gardening.

Connections

Married Ivo J. Stockar, October 31, 1959. Children: David, Laura Bates.

father:
Arnost J. Kubasek

mother:
Helen R. (Strakova) Kubasek

spouse:
Ivo J. Stockar

children:
David Stockar

Laura Bates Stockar