Andrea Goldsmith lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. She started her art studies through classes in Nantucket, Mass. and Manchester, NH. She then took a workshop with the well-known artist Wolf Kahn in Vermont through Art New England, and went on to study at the Museum School in Boston. She exhibited her work extensively throughout New England during those years.
Goldsmith was invited an participated in the Contemporary Art Fair NYC at the Javits Center in November 2011. Robert Curcio, founder of the Skope Art Fairs, is Associate Producer of this event. In 2008 she traveled to Ferrara, Italy, where her work was included in Traces of Memory, a contemporary art exhibition at Estense Castle. More recently she exhibited her paintings in Planes and Patterns at the Giacobetti Paul Gallery in DUMBO, Brooklyn, NYC. Her art has been featured in Ragazine.cc, an onine art magazine, and was a Tips and Picks featured artist im NY Arts Magazine.
Paola Trevisan said in a review of Goldsmith's work: "...Even the details of the buildings are an extension of emotional impact: they are translated into vibrant colours that, through a sense of synthesis and geometric harmony take us to a higher level of artistic awareness..."
For a long time I have used the imagery of Venice and the Italian landscape, and more recently, Spain. The layered work in oil is abstract yet retains the essence of the images which inspired them. Fragments of buildings and gates can be seen to represent home or a longing for stability, a struggle against the transient nature of life and relationships. I love color and texture and I am always exploring how color and line come together to form the structure of a painting.