New Art From Leonard Goldstein

About Leonard Goldstein

Inspired by the “giants” of art since early childhood, I have set out to discover the common denomination that ties all art together – call it a “unified theory of art”. Currently, I love Impressionism and its connection to science: the perfect meeting of the subjective and objective, spirit and matter if you will.

I grew up in New York City and graduated from the High School of Art and Design. I attended Eastern New Mexico University and the University of New Mexico. There, I met Robert Creeley (poet) and John Chamberlain (sculptor), the latter encouraging me to move to New York City as his assistant (1967). It was there I met many of the leading artists of the day: Dali, Warhol, Johns, Kasumi to name a few.

My clothing designs have appeared in Vogue magazine (1968), dubbed the “peasant look”. My paintings are in public and private collections in the US, Japan, Russia, New Zealand and Italy. A seven-time Artslant showcase winner and have received grants from both the Gottlieb and Rauschenberg Foundations.

I have been featured in the SoHo Memory Project (NYC), Stateside Magazine, Ourventura interview. Locally I have appeared on Artwave (KHSU), lectured at the Morris Graves Museum, College of the Redwoods, showed at The Black Faun Gallery and appeared on Dave Silverbrand’s “Help Yourself”.

Leonard’s Next Show

Leonadr Goldstein
Leonard Goldstein

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