C O N N I E   G O L D M A N
Connie Goldman's work mirrors the rhythm, structure, space, and relationships in music, architecture, language, sand science. Her work reflects the very real human need to know the universe. She utilizes essential means to describe the most basic of natural phenomena, the contradictory forces of stasis and flux. In her work, Goldman addresses the deep human need to stave off teh real or perceived chaos in the universe. One of her goals is to create a sense of imperiled equilibrium or balance. And in the work, she strives to make concrete our present, past, and future connections to our origins.

Goldman was born in El Paso, Texas. She has resided in the San Francisco Bay Area for many years. She holds an MFA in painting and drawing from the San Francisco Art Institute, and a BA in psychology from the University of Texas at Austin. Ms. Goldman has exhibited internationally, and has work in public and private collections, including the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, the Crocker Art Museum, the Laguna Beach Art Museum, the El Paso Museum of Art, Neiman Marcus, and Kaiser Permanente. Gold taught at San Francisco State University, San Francisco Art Institute, California College of the Arts, and at Santa Rosa Junior College for the better part of two decades.

Goldman maintains a studio in Petaluma, CA where she is a full-time artist.