Infected by Art Book - Volume 10

Jerome Goldberg

Member Since December 2019


Artist: Jerome Goldberg


About Jerome Goldberg

As Artist / Photographer, Jerome’s subject matter ranges from pastoral to surrealistic and is highly influenced by shadows, shapes, reflections and the physical consequences of wind, water and other forces of nature. His repertoire includes pictures from all over the world and his work has been exhibited in national and international juried and open exhibitions at:


  • Andrew Edlin Gallery – NYC, NY
  • ART in the LOFT – Millbrook, NY
  • Barrett Art Center & Barrett Clay Works – Poughkeepsie, NY
  • Byrdcliffe Guild – Woodstock, NY
  • Callahan Center at St. Francis College – Brooklyn Heights, NY
  • Cunneen-Hackett Cultural Center – Poughkeepsie, NY
  • Dutchess County Arts Council Web Site  & Arts Mid-Hudson Pop Up gallery – 2 Solo Shows
  • Garrison Art Center / The Riverside Galleries – Garrison, NY
  • G.A.S. Gallery & Studio – Poughkeepsie, NY
  • Limner Galley – Hudson, NY
  • Luhring Augustine Gallery – NYC, NY
  • Marist College – CLS – Poughkeepsie, NY – Lead several seminars
  • MSL Arts – Beacon & Poughkeepsie, NY
  • OIA National Exhibition – NYC, NY
  • The Kimmel Galleries, New York University – NYC, NY
  • The Lazarus Gallery – New Rochelle, NY
  • The Poughkeepsie Journal – Capture Mid-Hudson Valley
  • The Salmagundi Club – NYC, NY
  • Two Moon Art House & Café - Brooklyn, NY
  • And various & sundry silent and not so silent NFP auctions


His work includes the use of various different mediums and techniques, along with flights of whimsy and fantasy. This includes: Photography, mixed media collages and acrylic paints. However throughout this diversity of presentation, there is a constant theme of the beauty and majesty of our world.  On a more frivolous note: Jerome has a small claim to movie fame - his totally forgettable appearance in the Anthony Hopkins' film, "The Road to Wellville." 

Name: Jerome Goldberg 
Joined: December 2019

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