Goldman's art is informed by her reductive aesthetic and her interest in the common thread of architecture, music, science, sculpture and painting. She writes, "I see each piece as being analogous to the rhythmic and contradictory forces of stasis and flux that propel my world toward both constancy and change."
Nicholas Ukrainiec, the curator, observes, "In this age of information overwhelm and hyper-communication, her deep, quiet and patient work is a refreshing and thought provoking still-point."
A reception with the artist is scheduled for Sunday, September 25, at the library, from 6:00 to 7:00 pm.
The exhibition is made possible by the Jane Dillenberger Fine Arts Endowment Fund.
The exhibit is free and open to the public during library hours. For more information call 510-649-2500 or visit www.gtu.edu/library.