Stephanie Goldman is known for her richly colored figures, insightful portraits, boldly painted miniatures and dynamic charcoal, pencil and ink drawings. Much appreciated by collectors and critics alike, she imbues her work with focused creativity and experimentation. Some of her exhibitions include fifteen unique portraits of children entitled “I Am A Child” at The Riverside Art Museum, “Bearing Exquisite Witness”- Joan Croc Institute for Peace and Justice USD and many juried and invitational national and international group exhibitions. She co-authored “The Complete Book of Poses for Artists” a Walter Foster Publication and selections of her work have been reproduced by Frontline Publishing, Ramprod.com, eastmeetswestco.com and Aesthetics Inc.
Goldman is a Signature member of the National Watercolor Society, Watercolor Honor Society and San Diego Watercolor Society. She teaches Figure Painting and Portraiture at the Athenaeum School of the Arts in La Jolla and has worked with artist Ken Goldman for over three decades collaborating on large and small Public and Private Art Projects.
“The focus of my work is the classical human figure portrayed with traditional and contemporary atelier techniques. Working with fundamental art principles allows me the comfort of painting in many styles and mediums ranging from pen/ink, acrylic, watermedia, pastel and oils, to digital art. Each piece tells a story where an individual/s or idea is enveloped in an emotional atmosphere or situation. I keep the painting focused, eliminating unnecessary details while maintaining harmony, balance and a sense of mystery. My paintings are a form of personal poetry written in pictorial iconography, merging historical context with universal-human conditions.” – Goldman
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