Stephanie Goldman Biography

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Stephanie Goldman (contemporary) is known for her richly colored figures, insightful portraits, boldly painted miniatures and dynamic watercolors, charcoal, pencil and ink drawings. She imbues all of her work with focused creativity and experimentation that intrigues collectors and critics alike. Some of her exhibitions include fifteen unique portraits of Children entitled "I Am A Child" at the Riverside Art Museum, "Bearing Exquisite Witness" at the Joan Croc Institute for Peace and Justice USD, a special portrait unveiling of director Erika Torrey commissioned by the Board of Trustees for the Athenaeum in La Jolla and many group exhibitions including the SD Museum of Art, Gottelf Gallery-La Jolla, SD Art Institute, SD Natural History Museum, Hyde Art Gallery-Grossmont College, Boehm Gallery-Palomar College and the Springfield Museum in Illinois as well as group exhibitions nationally and internationally.

A selection of her work has been reproduced by Frontline Publishing and Ramrod and Eastmeetswestco. She has co-authored a new book with Ken Goldman titled The Complete Book of Poses for Artists, published by Walter Foster. They have worked together for over two decades collaborating on large and small public and private art projects for hospitals and healing centers.

Stephanie teaches figure painting and portraiture at the Athenaeum School of the Arts in La Jolla and at workshops around the country.

Biography courtesy of Stephanie Goldman

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