Above: Robert Goodman, Lost Shadows, 2020, oil, acrylic, spray paint on panel, 48” x 102” x 6”.
Associate Professor Robert Goodman recently returned from a sabbatical that enabled him to explore the shifting nature of both the creation and experience of painting, a gestural and physical medium, in a world that is saturated with virtual images.
Goodman is a Philadelphia based painter who received his BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art and his MFA from Tyler School of Art. His work explores the relationships and tensions between spaces, bodies, and materials in painting as well as public works and installations. He has shown his work nationally at ZG Gallery in Chicago, Peter Fingesten Gallery and Anna Kustera Gallery in New York, Spaces Gallery in Cleveland, and Vox Populi, Seraphin Gallery and The Galleries at Moore in Philadelphia. Robert has also presented his work at Pace University, Sarah Lawrence College, Emery and Henry College and Rutgers University and his work was recently acquired by the Woodmere Art Museum.
Below: Robert Goodman, Time Travel, 2020, oil, acrylic, spray paint on panel, 72" x 26".