ABOUT THE ARTIST|
Within Judaism there are events, themes, and daily rituals that evoke strong reactions, vivid images or
feelings of beauty. Goldie's work depicts her inner visions of these ideals.
The imagery of Jerusalem within her art, is reflective of the years she lived there. Flowers, nature
and music are a basis for the Judaic symbolism in her art. They are reflective of the beauty created by G-d.
Papercut Prints are Giclee (Jay-Klay) prints of original papercuts, created with archival inks on artist
acid free paper. They look more like a papercut than the actual cut paper.
Goldie studied graphic design at Emunah Women's College of Graphic design in Jerusalem. She has a Bachelor
of Fine Arts degree from the Maryland Institute College of Art. She continues to create her art while
creatively raising her children in and around her studio in Baltimore, Maryland.