Eleanor Goldstein is a member of the National Association of Women Artists, and the Upstream Gallery in Hastings, NY, as well as a Signature Member of the Pastel Society of America. Ms. Goldstein is a Wurlitzer Foundation Fellow. Her work was commissioned by the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, NYC; selected by the United States Art in the Embassies Program; exhibited at the Rockefeller Gallery in Pocantico Hills, NY; as well as other galleries and museums in the United States and abroad.
Recent shows at Williamsburg Art & Historical Center (WAH), and SITE: Brooklyn, as well as at the Noyes and Monmouth Museums.
Showed in 2018: “Messenger” a work chosen by the Woodson Art Museum in Wisconsin to tour as part of their “Birds in Art 2017,” to a number of nature centers and art museums around the country for 18 months. And “Fly Over Tetons” which was included in “Atmospheric Persepectives: Contemporary Approaches to a Traditional Technique” as part of a curated collection of New York Artists Circle works presented by Chashama.
Currently she is developing a body of work inspired by a trip to Greenland the aim of which is to honor the majestic bodies of icebergs predicted to disappear by 2030 due to earth warming.
I move from a moment in nature to the back-story of cities dying and being reborn, to faces/people in the middle of their personal stories. In all instances, if it touches me I need to catch it and express it.
And as for my choice of medium, I select each one for how it moves across a surface and becomes lush in its own way, almost as if dancing to different modes of music.
– Eleanor Goldstein