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Shift III Painting

Connie Goldman

United States

Painting, Oil on Other

Size: 18 W x 21 H x 2.5 D in

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Statement for "Shift" series: A change or a shift can happen seismically, or a shift can occur incrementally. I’ve been on this earth for 5-plus decades, long enough to witness, endure, and occasionally enjoy the changes that life has thrust upon me. What I have learned is that life is change. That is, life is constant change. From one nanosecond to the next, from a minute to a decade, from a millimeter to a mile, there’s no chance of escaping the push and pull of time, nature, and volition. Human nature (some would say human folly) and perhaps all natural things and processes both resist and embrace the ebb and flow of existence. Just when equilibrium appears to be achieved, a shift occurs and the scales are tipped once again. Life moves on…

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Painting:Oil on Other

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:18 W x 21 H x 2.5 D in

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I was born El Paso, TX. I earned a B.A. in Psychology from University of Texas at Austin and an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in painting and drawing. Since then I've taught painting, color theory, drawing, and design at colleges and universities in the Bay Area. Using a minimalist vocabulary and a reductive aesthetic that emphasizes the importance of space, rhythm, structure, and relations, I make works of art that are concrete and essential approximations of my own emotional and intellectual experiences. The work reflects my interests in architecture, music, science, sculpture, and painting as well as the threads of commonality that run between them.The tendency or desire to gravitate toward unity and stability is in opposition to the urge toward independence, transition, and growth. My work evokes this same tension, the dynamic that underlies my own existence. 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.

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