I’m a native New Yorker who has been painting professionally for over 10 years. I received instruction from my father Martin Goldblum and have also studied for several years at the Art Student’s League of New York, where I attended classes under and worked as a studio monitor for Bruce Dorfman, Ronnie Landfield, and others.
In my current series, Sandcastles, I paint with sand sourced from the public beaches of New York City in an effort to realize a balance between the incidental and the intentional within a visual field.
I observe the terrain of construction sites, heavily polluted snowscapes, boat yards, and urban beaches in order to address questions of scale, and of the significant divide between the found world and the curated one.
“Well, at least-”
Greenpoint Gallery Eros Group Show, Brooklyn, NY 2017