Broadway Gallery

5641 B General Washington Drive - Alexandria, Virginia 22312 | 703.354.2905
1025-J Seneca Road- Great Falls, Virginia 22066 | 703.450.8005

Lynn Goldstein

We proudly show work from dozens of talented artists in our Alexandria Gallery and on our website. All of our artists are listed on the left side of the page simply click on the artist's name to see their work and learn more about them.

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  • Apres l'CrozonApres l'Crozon
  • Blue Bells #2Blue Bells #2
  • Facing West - SteadfastFacing West - Steadfast
  • Look CloserLook Closer
  • Look Closer #3Look Closer #3
  • Look DeeperLook Deeper
  • QuietudeQuietude
  • Reaching WistfullyReaching Wistfully
  • River Rance MemoryRiver Rance Memory
  • Tattered DraperiesTattered Draperies
  • VortexVortex
  • What's Old is NewWhat's Old is New

Biography



Growing up in the mountains of West Virginia has influenced me more than I ever would have imagined. I have explored the natural world from different angles since childhood when, sitting under trees, I studied the land and its dramatic elevation changes. I have also been making art as long as I can remember. I began my serious career as an artist 17 years ago. The work that I make is a direct result of my desire to explore human perceptions and find interesting ways of depicting a subject. Whether looking at a tree from ground level, or studying reflections in water, I am thinking introspectively and assuming a different perspective. I consciously pursue a viewpoint that may not be the first angle that one would consider in most of my work.

I work in the pastel medium because I enjoy holding color in my hands. Through pastel’s immediacy, I am able to move the color around on paper to better evoke the emotions that I experience with the subject. I often start with a watercolor under painting, which provides an organic flow of color and pattern. This then prompts an emotional response to the image. I enjoy this process because, although I have an idea of how I want the finished work to appear, I can be surprised by happy accidents. These happy accidents are also present when I work in acrylic, which is my newest medium of expression. With acrylic, I can make poetic and textured pieces that incorporate metallic effects, intense colors, and layers to provoke the memories, thoughts, and imagination of the viewers of my work.