Dacia Gallery's SoHo Art Show in New York City, October 12th, 2019
I use realistic painting techniques to create atmospheric figurative artwork. As my paintings become more narrative, they increasingly draw us in. We want to know the story behind the painting. As I continue to develop my style, I am adding surreal elements, such as the background figures in Sheba and Princess Dreaming, and I am also experimenting with mystical themes, such as Tarot cards in The Enchantress. Creating art that tells a story while putting us in a perfect moment is my main goal.
In addition to my figurative work, I also paint animals and landscapes inspired by my travels abroad. I recently exhibited these works in two solo exhibitions at the Yellow Barn Gallery: Animal Kingdom and World Traveler.
Evan Goldman is an artist working in Maryland. He had a solo exhibition of his figurative art at Dacia Gallery in 2021 and has multiple solo exhibitions at the Yellow Barn Gallery in Maryland, and has exhibited his work at Dacia Gallery's SoHo Art Show in New York City and the Wausau Museum of Contemporary Art in Wisconsin.
Growing up in the Washington DC metropolitan area, Evan frequently visited the art museums of the nation’s capital. He studied with Walt Bartman at the Yellow Barn Studio in Glen Echo Park, Maryland, and attended Maryland Institute College of Art.
Continuing his education at the New York Academy of Art, Evan studied under Steven Assael, John Jacobsmeyer, and Wade Schuman. Evan also studied under Odd Nerdrum, Robert Liberace, and David Gray.
In 2016, Evan participated in the TAKT Berlin artist residency where he saw Berlin's art museums, galleries, and the latest street art.
Evan teaches Painting and Drawing at the Lifelong Learning Institute at Montgomery College.