Artist Robert Goldman

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Robert Goldman, born 1948 in Illinois, has been a professional artist since 1971. He showed his work in San Diego, CA for over 25 years before moving to Tucson, AZ. where he exhibited his work for 20 years until moving to Prescott, AZ in 2013. Robert's paintings are based both on plein air and studio work. 

Robert attended the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA where he was accepted with advanced standing and awarded a scholarship. A selected list of workshops include Ray Vinella, John Asaro, Wolf Kahn, Wayne Thiebaud, Matt Smith, Jove Wang, Phil Starke, Randall Sexton, Ray Roberts, Bill Anton and Ned Jacob. 

Robert has received numerous awards, and has been included in several books and publications. His work is in the permanent collection of The Grand Canyon Association and he is collected worldwide.  In addition he has been an art teacher for a number of years. Robert is honored to have his first extensive museum show in 2020 at the Maynard Dixon Legacy Museum.

Recent shows include:
 Finalist - Bold Brush Online Show April 2020
-OPA Fall 2019 Online Showcase, 2nd Place
-Best in Show (Plein Air) Grand Canyon Celebration of Art 2019  Juror: Jean Stern director of the Irvine Museum.
- May 2019 One Man Show, Thunderbird Foundation Gallery
-  Best Landscape 2018 Plein Air Salon  August/September

-  TOP 50 and TOP 100 in the 2007 Paint America National Park show
-  Oil Painters of America (OPA) Western Regional show in Santa Barbara, California
-  OPA National Show in Scottsdale, Arizona
-  First Place BOLD BRUSH AWARD, FASO Bold Brush Painting Competition
-  Maynard Dixon Country Shows in Mt. Carmel, Utah (since 2014)
-  Invited Guest Artist to the Maynard Dixon Country Show (2015)
-  California Art Club Gold Medal Show (2017 and 2018)
-  Grand Canyon Celebration of Art (2016 thru 2018)
-  Sedona Plein Air Festival of Art (2017)
-  Borrego [...]

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