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Susan Goldstein, Ceramic Artist

Susan Goldstein

Susan Goldstein is a ceramic artist and currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Lexington Art League. Susan, a very active member in Lexington's art community, has also been a member of several other organizations. A few of these organizations include the Opera House Gallery, The Kentucky Guild of Artist and Craftsmen (where she currently serves on the Exhibit Committee) and the Lexington Arts & Cultural Council (where she currently holds a position on the Member Groups Committee).

Susan Goldstein attended the University of Vermont where she received a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education. She then went on to obtain a Master's degree in Educational Psychology from Tufts University, MA. Susan has also attended summer workshops at the Arrowmont School of Art and Lake Placid School of Music, Art & Drama.

Susan started her career as a studio artist in 1974. Over the years she has had many great accomplishments including several awards. Art1Susan received the Ceramics Non-Functional Award as a part of the Silverhawk 4th Annual Fine Crafts Exhibition. She has also received the Al Smith Fellowship Award from the Kentucky Arts Council as well as being awarded the Purchase Award at the Woodland Arts Fair three times.

Susan Goldstein has participated in more than 75 significant shows and exhibitions. Susan has not only exhibited around the state of Kentucky but all over the United States. Some of her more recent presentations include the Hyde Gallery, the Congressional Office Bldg., and the Indianapolis Art Center in Indianapolis, IN.

Susan Goldstein's art has a unique sense of stlye. Susan uses visual Art2 deception to both confuse and intrigue the viewer.Much of Susan's artwork exemplifies movement although it is made out of clay that is hard and rigid. She takes the natural hard texture of the clay and turns it into beautiful peices that look more like they have been made of a soft fabric.

Susan resides in Lexington, Kentucky. You may see her work in many galleries as well as companies around the Lexington and Louisville areas.

Program 305

This week meet Ceramic Artist, Susan Goldstein; Sculptor Daivd Caudill talks about the Berea Fall Fair coming up (Oct. 13-15); the Kentucky Opera is kicking off their season with Rigoletto, Deborah Sandler tells us more about that and Raul Hernandez performs live in our studio for us along with accompanist Ellen Rissinger; and the Mixed Media camera crew went to visit Mark Payton, Glass Artist of Payton Flameworks. (#305)


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