VESSEL, I, 1997.
Monotype. 36” x 22” image
42” x 30” paper
Artist in Residence, Assilah Foundation, Assilah, Morocco
Faculty Development Grant, Corcoran College of Art and Design, Washington,
Artist-In-Education Grant, Maryland State Arts Council, Baltimore,
"Crossing Over/Changing Places," Artist Exchange Program,
Genoa/Palermo, Italy, United States Information Agency, Arts America,Washington,
Dawson, Jessica, " Goldman's Urns: Truth,
Beauty," The Washington Post, Galleries, Nov. 2002, pg. C5
Kennelly, Eleanor, "Vessels," Catalogue Essay, Alex Gallery,
Higgins, Edward, Global Cultures explored in Print, Art Matters, Aug.
2000, Pg. 9
The Art of Work, The Work of Art TM, Art Center South Florida, Miami Beach,
FL, January 9-February 20, 1999, exhibition, catalog.
The Washington Print Club, Quarterly, Summer 1998, Cover, Artist's
Statement Pg. 2.
Hansen, Trudy V., evolving forms/emerging faces, Trends in
Contemporary Printmaking, Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum Rutgers, The
State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ, 1996,
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International Collection, Rockport Publishers, Inc., 1997, pg.38.
McWilliams, Martha, "Artless Artistry, The Art of Work, The Work of
Art," Gallery, Washington City Paper, Vol. 15, No. 28, July 14-20,
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Post, Style Section, June 24, 1995, Pg. D1-D2. Boshart, Edgar
David, "Artist & Non-Artist View Each Other," KOAN Feature, KOAN,
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Howard News Service, May 16, 1995, Pg. B@.
Singular Impression, The Monotype in America,
The Smithsonian Museum of American Art, Washington, DC. Eight
minute video made for exhibition, narrated by
Scott Simon, featuring artist Susan Goldman demonstrating the monotype
process. 1997. Available for