Looking for Christmas presents? Buy a one-of-a-kind, contemporary handmade painting by Middletown, PA Artist Christine Goldbeck
What are your favorite photographs? Mine are usually of flowers and reflection.
My gallery and studio, Arts on Union, 203 N. Union St., Middletown, is one of the 32 central Pennsylvania artists on the upcoming, free Art Studio Tour. The event, in its 12th year, will take place Saturday, Nov. 6 from 10 am. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, November 7 from noon to 5 p.m. and is designed to offer the public the chance to meet and support local artists by visiting the studios in which they work.
A “Collage of a Commonwealth” featuring artwork based on photographs of the impact United Way has had in Pennsylvania communities debuts today in the Capitol Rotunda at 11 a.m. Following today’s press conference and exhibition opening, the art will tour the state for a year.
Photographer, Painter, Mixed Media Artist Christine Goldbeck’s Fall 2010 Show and Exhibition Schedule.
The Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen today features my studio and gallery in its blog. If you see the green and white flag flying outside 203 North Union St., Middletown, I am definitely IN. Otherwise, call me at (570) 205-0736 to arrange a visit. And, watch for special announcements on openings, workshops and guest artists. We have a lot of interesting events lined up for the fall, including a month-long exhibit of the work of Bronwen Tagoe.
Visit Christine Goldbeck, Linda Billet, Roxan O’Brien, Pat and Ray Oxenford and other PA Guild of Craftsmen artists and artisans at First Friday in Lancaster on August 6th at the Guilded Tulip Store on Prince Street.
Jay is the garden artist and I am thankful for his prowess with plants and flowers. Yesterday, I spent hours outside in our garden with my cameras, the birds, butterflies, flowers, sunshine and changing light.
Without taking sides in the debate about the origins of life, artist Christine Goldbeck, Middletown, PA interprets a story of creation in “Evolution Theory,” a series of large paintings featured at WITF Public Media Station in Harrisburg now through July 30.
in this age of digital photography, some people tend to think everyone is a photographer and such beliefs devalue the craftsmanship we put into our work. Of course, photography has always had a bit of a reputation as not being among the so-called “high arts.” That high-brow attitude sends me into rants.